Our Lives Are Of No Importance To The Leaders Of The Country – Lydia Forson

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Ghanaian actress Lydia Forson has shown her disappointment in the leadership of Ghana saying they don’t understand the integrity, respect and honour of admitting their failures.

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Reacting to the outcome of the Takoradi girls DNA test which allegedly confirm their death, the actress wrote on her Twitter handle that from the way the Police and CID handled the case, with the silence of the government, it is a clear proof that our lives as citizens are of no importance to the leaders.

“Too many people in leadership positions in Ghana know nothing about what being a leader means. They don’t understand the integrity, respect and honour that comes with stepping down when they’ve failed. #TiwaaMustGo”

“Too many people in leadership positions in Ghana know NOTHING about what being a leader means. They don’t understand the integrity, respect and honour that comes with STEPPING down when they’ve failed. #TiwaaMustGo

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She also asked what can be done for the Police Service to make them more efficient in the discharge of their duties.

“Beyond our outrage, I need to understand what Ghana Police Service needs to help it become more effective. I don’t want to believe that everyone there is happy with the fact that a majority of Ghanaians have no faith in them. Really, what can we do?” She wrote.

“Beyond our outrage I need to understand what @GhPoliceService needs to help it become more effective. I don’t want to believe that everyone there is happy with the fact that a majority of Ghanaians have no faith in them. Really, what can we do??”

SOURCE: Ghanacelebrities.com


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