Ghanaian well-known actress, Lydia Forson has also added her voice in the much-hyped Tadi Kidnapping Case by posting a series of tweets on Twitter. She has clearly stated the fact that many Ghanaian leaders know nothing about the basics of leadership.
It all started when four girls were kidnapped and the government handled the case very poorly. First of all, the CID boss, Maame Yaa Tiwaa Addo-Danquah claimed that the police knows about where those girls are being taken and it is doing its duty to recover them. However, Inspector-General of Police James Oppong Boanuh reported to the media that the girls are dead (proved by DNA tests). He also called on the CID boss to resign because of giving fake hopes to the family of the victims.
Lydia Forson lamented over the fact that the Ghanaian police doesn’t know the value of a human being as they are treating these kinds of cases very immaturely. She said, “What happened to the #TakoradiGirls, how the police handled the case, the silence of our government and the treatment of the families should tell you the value of your life in this country.”
She also highlighted the CID Boss’s poor performance by saying that, “The Director-General of the CID’s refusal to step down after lying to the media and putting the families through emotional turmoil says a lot about leadership in this country. Most leaders in Ghana will hold on to power even if it means knocking everyone down. #TakoradiGirls
Too many people in leadership positions in Ghana know nothing about what being a leader means. They don’t understand the integrity, respect, and honor that comes with stepping down when they’ve failed. #TiwaaMustGo”
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