Non-existent radicalists: panacea for our woes

The political theory of radicalism most often than not detonates the alteration process of social foundations.  This political principle is seen as a revolutionary means of altering the social structures and fundamentally changing the value systems.

 Is the absence of these radicals in recent times, a panacea for our woes as a country?

Ghana, as a country has reach an apogee, where the radical, vociferous and politically-awakened youth must counterpoise and reorient all stakeholders to create awareness, facilitate exchange of knowledge and best governance practices among political actors and governance processes.

This has a capacity to generate positive and sincere commitment from both public and private stakeholders to the contemporary issues, and trigger a shift of mindset from staunched ideological perspectives, as a competitive space to a genuine, collaborative and nationalistic space with the capacity to drive a holistic growth for Ghana.

Ghana is the land of our birth, and therefore the responsibility imposed on citizens by the 1992 Constitution to defend and uphold the integrity of Ghana must be of critical importance to every citizen!

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