The former Chaplain for USA military Hospital and former General Secretary of the Asanteman Association, Georgia-Atlanta, a retired Senior Methodist minister and a Senior Citizen, Very. Rev. Jubilant Boakye Danquah has appealed to the government of Ghana to as a matter of urgency give a mandate to the statistical service department to adopt a price control system in the market to help reduce inflation and stabilise the price of goods and products in the market.
According to him the absence of the measures has made some traders use negative means to always increase the prices of goods in the market which he describes as very unfortunate.
The worried Senior Citizen said it was very worrying that the stakeholders such as the ministry of finance and others have intentionally pretended as if there’s nothing wrong in the country. He said it was time they showed competence by taking steps to curb the current crisis Ghana is going through.
Talking about Sir John’s Achimota forest brouhaha, the former military secretary and statesman suggested that there was the need to apply a redlaw enforcement to reclaim all government properties taken by politicians.
He has charged the office of the attorney general’s department to use a conventional law known as redlaw to reclaim all state properties which some political leaders have acquired through political influence, back to the state.
The man of God expressed worry about the way some political leaders in the country since the era of the former president J.J Rawlings to the current Leadership of President Akuffo Addo have used their political influence to rezoned and acquired some parts of government reserved lands as their own properties.
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