Roads have transformed into treacherous death traps. The bad maintenance culture that the nation has adopted is haunting road users. No one is innocent in this regard otherwise why would roads constructed barely a decade ago become deplorable? The inability of users and the general public to voice out their concerns have relegated our will to survive in dignity to unpleasant levels.
All those who do not speak out against injustice, corruption, bad maintenance culture, and countless social vices that have become our bane, are culpable. After all, is it not a fact that the people are the Boss, and the government the Employee? Why must it be allowed to be the vice versa?
Why should the punishment that the masses have to endure under cruel governments be accepted as the status quo when there is positive change around the corner that we can harness for our collective prosperity? And when change happens, it will be highly unethical, and a breach of collective justice not to prosecute our callous employees. They must be punished," these are excerpts from the Book Ghana:'59 Years To Nowhere....and Counting' by former Timber/Coffee Exporter, Fadi Dabbousi, who as a result of bad policies of government has seen his business folding up rendering scores of employees jobless.
At the official launch of the Book in Accra, Fadi Dabbousi emphasised that Ghana would remain stuck without any progress if the current trend of governance under President John Dramani Mahama and his NDC are not rejected in the impending November Elections.
"Ghanaians must be reminded of the overwhelming incompetence in our political history under the current Mahama NDC system and reject any attempt to re-elect Mahama and his NDC," he said.
He added that the recent Independence Day comedy of errors found in the Ghana @59 Independence Day brochure attest to the level of incompetence and error ridden system of governance by the NDC.
"Ghanaians must not shy away from embracing the change that is coming from a man of discipline and a great party committed to responsible governance, the NPP and Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo," Fadi Dabbousi urged Ghanaians.
There were also added voices calling and demanding change from NPP's Stephen Ntim, Hon. Felix Owusu Agyepong, Lawyer Mike Oquaye Jnr., And Let My Vote Count Alliance.