I find something ironic about the results of the survey conducted by the CDD.
According to them, 62% of respondents surveyed indicated that they do not trust the Akufo-Addo administration in its fight against corruption.
One would, therefore, expect that with such a verdict CDD claims the respondents came out with, same should feature prominently in the things they want addressed by the government.
Quite surprisingly, out of the five issues they want dealt with, corruption which CDD says was a major issue on the minds of the respondents did not include it.
I am struggling to grasp how they would raise issues with corruption as a major item but fall short in asking the government to tackle it ‘with seriousness’.
This is an abnormal disparity, if you ask me. Unless the corruption bit is being overhyped, for it should have found expression in the items they would want tackled head-on!
P.K. Sarpong, Whispers from the Corridors of the Thinking Place.