According to Asene Akroso-Manso Member of Parliament (MP) George Aboagye, in a recent interview, Professor Stephen Adei showed signs of resentment.
In an interview with TV3 in Accra, Professor Adei, a former rector of the Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration (GIMPA), voiced worries about corruption and haughtiness in the Akufo-Addo administration.
According to him, the current government’s “corruption” and “arrogance” go so far as “they think that Ghana is for them and that without them, Ghana will not be there.”
In response, the MP said on Tuesday’s Ekosii Sen program on Asempa FM that Prof. Adei, a former board member of the Ghana Revenue Authority (GRA), was accurate in his worries over corruption in the country.
However, his diversion about the imposition of the next President raises questions.
“His comments show there is some bitterness and it appears that when some bigwigs are given positions in government and they are later relieved of their duties, they start to say all manner of things and throw bombs.
He was talking about corruption and suddenly saying that some people are telling us who should be our next President, I suspect there is more to it,” Mr. Aboagye said.