4-year terms only allow NDC, NPP to steal, Bullgod suggests new system of government

Artiste manager, Bullgod, explains why it’s easy for Ghanaian politicians to steal money from the public

4-year terms only allow NDC, NPP to steal, Bullgod suggests new system of government

Ghanaian artiste manager, Bullgod has suggested that the four-year term set for each governing period should be shortened to just a year.

This, according to him, will discourage greedy individuals from wanting to rule because they know that they will not get re-elected if they don't perform up to standard in that space of one year.

He also said that there should be long term goals set for Ghana, where each government must follow said goals instead of starting their own and abolishing the previous projects started by the former rulers.

The outspoken entertainment stakeholder explained that this is the only way to stop politicians from cleverly starting projects only when elections are getting closer just to deceive the masses on a post on his Facebook page. 

“The way Ghanaian politicians go the extra mile to please their citizenry where developmental issues are concerned in an election year is breathtakingly refreshing!"



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“I think as a people we should take a critical look at the constitution again and make amendments to the tenure of office. Hold elections every year, only then will Ghana attain its developmental goals faster."

“First there has to be a National Program Development for elected governments to work with, an action plan that provides the guidance needed to develop and build the country and people.”

“Do what you can in 12 months. Be proficient at the job and get re-elected, simple. This will greatly be propitious to Ghana."

“Governance will attract a group of selfless individuals who will be dedicated to serving at the pleasure of the people. Only at that juncture, politics will truly be about people and not an avenue for amassing ill-gotten wealth,” he concluded.