Ghana has all the abilities of dominating and leading global political arena. Ghana has been fighting long and hard with internal strives in the form of corruption and mismanagement.
Multicultural, multidimensional nation in Ghana loves food and festivals and religious inclinations adds flavor to the party. Ghanaians collaborate as a unit when required and this was very much evident in 1957. Nkrumah led the freedom movement from the front. The movement was hailed all across Ghana (former Gold Coast) and spirits of nationalism bonded and strengthened peers for a decisive fight which ended decisive victory over British colonialists.
Passion is always there and there about, but appropriate direction is missing. Some would say quality leadership is missing. Others will lament excuse, sorrow and grief without asserting any substantial evidence to prove their point.
The youth is talented, vigilant and determined. Who can forget Mr. Kofi Annan (late); didn’t he win laurels for himself and for his country? As Secretary General of United Nations he represented Ghana for two consecutive terms on the global stage and won a Noble Peace prize in 2001 too.
Mr. Annan can be seen and should be seen as a way forward in making progressive advancements on the global stage.
Ghanaians have the ability to pierce the field and beat the best and have proved the point time and again, but haven’t been able to substantiate talent with tangible results most of the times and this is where the shoe pinches.
Global political arena is short of talent, wisdom and intellect and this West African state have always shown signs of individual brilliance which ought to be explored in words and spirits.
A nature loving country relying heavily on nature and natural reserves must be able to make its presence felt in organizations pertaining to climate change, global security, and humanitarian crisis in particular.
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