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How much are you worth as a Ghanaian?

How Much are you worth as a Ghanaian?

Your value, which in this case is your importance to the Ghanaian society is determined not by yourself but by the public authorities of the government and all its structures.

How do they see you as a Ghanaian?

Do they recognise you as a Ghanaian and how do you know?

You and the foreigner who is destroying everything Ghana, who has a price?

When you are hungry do they care you need food? Do you ask them for food or SKILLS TO FEND FOR YOURSELF?

What prospects are there for you in terms of future well-being?

Can you answer any of the following questions that as a GHANAIAN you have  access to them all:

1. Employment/jobs/skills/training

2.Clinic/hospitals when you are sick

3.Public places of conveniences/toilets/public recreational facilities

4.Schools/well equipped and staffed/learning materials and tools/furniture and equipment

5.Tertiary/second level/third level accessibility and .affordability

6. Transport/roads/railways

In a country you call your home, you need your government to PUT you first:

Is that the case in Ghana? How about kids and their needs?

It is very sad because as Ghanaians we are still waiting for God to come down and do all things for us. We hardly confront wrong doers and we think when somebody is in authority they are above us so we allow them to do what they like. We fail to hold authorities and public figures accountable for their actions.

In Ghana today we ave two Classes: The blacks who are the common man and the broad masses of the people who live outside the cities and who are about 70% of our population and the White class, who are the ruling class and are all those in Government,public life,civil service, the police and the army and anybody who has authority of some kind to take decision to impact on the IGNORANT Black 70%.

If you are a Ghanaian without any CONNECTION to the white ruling class, you may be the best but you will die slowly by depression because nobody knows you as a Ghanaian.

Started Ghanamindset in 2011 purposely to help our Ghanaian society have a better view of appreciating that mediocrity has never built and develop any nation. We have this layback attitude that we always think,when something is going wrong, " I am not responsible to fix it". There are many instances that we could have applied common sense to tackle a situation but our laissez-faire attitude would let us walk past unconcerned. Born and educated in Ghana in 1952 and currently living in the UK.

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