Sunday, April 03, 2016

Ghana's rich are the ruling class

According to Dr. Emmanuel Akwetey, Executive Director for the Institute of Democratic Governance (IDEG) the power of the ordinary Ghanaian is gradually being sold to the rich politicians and that it is not the power of the people that is governing Ghana now, but the power of people who have money, stressing that these group of people have different agenda than serving the public good and are exploiting the system. 

He said there could be a possible collapse of Ghana’s democratic system if vote buying is allowed to take center stage in the coming elections in November.

He explained there was a small group of people that is controlling Ghana’s democracy and not for public good but for their pocket.

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