David Ampofo asks: “Are Ghana’s glory days a thing of the past? Does Ghana have what it takes to move forward, or are we sleep-walking back to where we came from?”
Few are better qualified to reflect on our past, and our future, than our elder statesman K. B. Asante, who was secretary to Ghana’s first President – Dr Kwame Nkrumah – and has served under virtually every Ghanaian Head of State since. “Ghana must be developed by Ghanaians – we have the skills. The problem is that we’ve lost our self-confidence,” he says. “And if a benevolent dictatorship is what it will take, let’s do it.”
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