"People want to work with somebody who feels shame, who worries about the perceptions of others. Dishonesty is something we don't like in others." this quote by Frans de waal should sum up what appointing authorities ought to know in this country.
In a country where honest people are denied the chance to serve dishonest people serve and evil triumph.
A bird just whispered that a scenario that has become the order of the day in this government is yet again showing it ugly face with an impending appointment of one Mr. Robert Sarfo Mensah who has been fingered in several corrupt cases.
For someone who was caught in glare engaging in Visa racketeering during the gold coast games in Australia, for someone who was seen in Anas Aremeyaw Anas' video taking a bribe of 5,000 Ghana cedis and engaging in thievery using a state agency, the National Sports Authority to be appointed once again, shows how serious we are as a nation with our fight against corruption and abuse of power.
For a dishonest person, a very corrupt and a thief like Robert Sarfo Mensah to be appointed to head a development authority means only one thing.
It is an indication evil deeds are becoming parts and parcel of our culture, not because it is practiced by everybody, but the few engaged in it, have been left to do it with impunity
It is for this reason that I call on the president, to as a matter of urgency reconsider the decision to appoint this man who lacks the moral values to hold any state office
BONO, DEPUTY REGIONAL COMMUNICATIONS OFFICER