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Samson’s Take: The bloodletting chieftaincy feuds; House of Chiefs failing Ghana?

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Author:
Apostle Mawuetornam Dugbazah
Date:
2017-10-22 02:29:38
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WHAT ARE YOU SAYING?


A parallel was made about about a leadership or "political" institution called the National House of Chiefs (NHC).

Mr. Anyenini suggests that the institution is neglecting its "duty" and therefore questions its "usefulness". He also thinks that the ALLEGED neglect of the NHC in its constitutional duties has contributed to endless "bloodletting" via chieftaincy disuptes.

I am simply saying that the presidencies of nations like Ghana and Kenya, it can be argued, are also neglecting numerous constitutional duties, which sometimes leads to election feuds come election time.

By Mr. Anyenini's reasoning, we should also question the usefulness of these Europe-buttressed presidencies, just like he questions the usefulness of the NHC.

Are you saying that you couldn't follow the parallel? Or, like Mr. Anyenini, do you have a new book to sell?

Sincerely,
Apostle Mawuetornam Dugbazah
Academics are always selling books and peddling falsity in order to eat.

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THE PARALLEL
Apostle Mawuetornam Dugbazah
10-22 02:29