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Projecting  African Values

NEWS

Projecting  African Values

Critical Reflections on Ghana's National Development

Foreword: President Agyekum Kufuor

SANCTIONED: PRESIDENT KUFUOR ENDORSES A LITMUS BOOK ON GHANA’S DEMOCRATIC GOVERNANCE

His Excellency the former President of the Republic of Ghana Mr John Agyekum Kufuor has in a foreword recommended a Book titled: “Critical Reflections On Ghana’s National Development” to every Ghanaian.

According to the former President “Ghana after 60years require serious intellectual analyses of the diverse problems that confront the nation”. He stated the relevance of the book is timely and must be of deep interest to every Ghanaian committed to the national interest.

The book which MO Africa has a copy presents realistic hypothetical scenarios referencing historical precedencies juxtaposed with current reality. The book submits guidance and proffer solutions to the diverse challenges facing Ghana.

The Executive power vested in the President as contained in Ghana’s 1992 Constitution is highly criticized as “mini-god status” which must be scrapped. The book is brought to live with elements of personal encounters and experiences cleverly narrated to draw readers along as well as call-to-action.

According to the Author Pastor Alexander Kwasi Kufuor, the literary pieces in the book were compiled over a period of 12years. He added, every piece in the book represents critically candid and objective appraisal and evaluation of the magnitude of Ghana’s developmental challenges.

The bold confrontation on issues in every sector; government, religion, media, judicial, chieftaincy among others is incredible.

An expression of fear is clearly espoused in the chapter5. “I am extremely sceptical whether the Ghanaian electorate is politically enlightened and mature enough to influence radically the outcome of elections”. Mr Kwasi Kufour emphasized.

Mr Alexander Kwasi Kufuor an astute political scientist also holds a postgraduate law degree from the Manchester Metropolitan University UK. MO AFRICA highly recommends the book to Ghanaians. A copy is available on AMAZON.

Source: MO AFRICA