THE CALLS FOR AMBASSADOR AYISI BOATENG’S SACK OR RESIGNATION HUSH AND NEEDLESS
Since Sunday 29th October, 2017. When news of a patron of the Tertiary students confederacy (TESCON) Speaking to the Kumasi Technical University Branch of Tescon-Npp, in an exhortation and assuring message to the students group of his party said among other things that “his preference when it comes to job opportunities will be for npp members first before others and has being talking to colleagues Government appointees to do same.”
The above statement has attracted many criticisms from his political opponents and certain civil society groups like Imani and Occupy Ghana that the Ambassador be sacked or the President gives him a sack for being selective and bias in his address to the Tescon Branch at the Kumasi Technical University.
I therefore wish to urge the Proponent of sack Ambassador Ayisi Boateng to first access the Personality of the Ambassador in question if he is a divisive person or an all embracing man who is very open to all who works or relate with him.
The statement may not be the best especially if it has been said in South Africa, but was speaking to the students branch of his party who have some of their members desperately looking for jobs so at that time there is nothing to cool tempers down than to assure them of the Government‘s readiness and willingness to employment should the opportunity comes up.
It is a common practice to always look at the interest of own before others. We are Africans and aware of our adage that “the chicken the always get closer to the mother eats the butterfly’s thigh” corroborating our natural desire to seek the welfare of our own before others.
Don’t let us be moralistic in our judgment but rather be realistic,
We as a group believes the call for his sack is too hush and needless for a man people can vouch is neither selective nor divisive in content and character.
Felix Djan Foh