Engage in politics to save your future – Prof. Kwaku Azar urges Ghanaian youths.

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Professor Kwaku Azar, Academic and Social Commentator
Professor Kwaku Azar, Academic and Social Commentator

Renowned United States-based Ghanaian lawyer and Professor of Accounting. Prof. Stephen Kwaku Asare, aka Kwaku Azar has advised Ghanaian youths to enter politics in order to bring to an end corrupt practices that have potentials of ruining their future.

According to him, the youths are the group that suffer the most when corruption in a country is extremely high and therefore the need for them to step into the political scene to have a control of their future so that it is not ruined by corrupt leaders or politicians.

“The youth suffers the most from public corruption. They suffer the most from bad schools, unemployment, low quality healthcare, death-trap roads etc.”

“They must join the political space not to carry the bags of corrupt leaders and to become like their corrupt political godfathers. Rather, they must join that space to rid it of the corrupt practices that imperil their future. They are full of ideas and aspirations,” he stated this in a facebook post on his wall.

Read the full Facebook post below;

The youth suffers the most from public corruption. They suffer the most from bad schools, unemployment, low quality healthcare, death-trap roads etc.

They must use their comparative advantage in technology to expose and push back against those who engage in corruption.

They must join the political space not to carry the bags of corrupt leaders and to become like their corrupt political godfathers. Rather, they must join that space to rid it of the corrupt practices that imperil their future. They are full of ideas and aspirations.

They must channel their energy and creativity to the realization of those ideas and aspirations. They must not adore unexplained wealth. Nor should they want to acquire unexplained wealth. They must question and shun it without wearing political lenses.

They must not measure their value in terms of how many houses and cars that they can get in the shortest possible time. They must measure their value in terms of whether they are helping to build an inclusive and equal opportunity society.

They must shun patronage and insist on a meritocratic society that rewards enterprise and hard work. The future belongs to the youth. They can enact the future that they want by insisting on GOGO.

#SALL is the cardinal sin of the 8th Parliament. Never in our history has a group of people been so flagrantly disrespected and denied the right to representation.

Da Yie!

Source: GhanaVanguard.com


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