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PETTY POLITICS, LACK OF WISDOM RESPONSIBLE FOR DUMSOR CRISIS – KSM

Veteran Ghanaian comedian and actor, Kwaku Sintim-Misa, aka KSM, has voiced his frustration over what he describes as “petty politics” plaguing the country.

The KSMShow host bemoaned the politicization of politics to the point of pettiness, arguing that this has prevented meaningful solutions to the nation’s protracted “dumsor” power issue.

Rather than addressing the issues of the present, KSM called attention to the ridiculousness of politicians asserting that they had “failed better” than their predecessors.

“The problem we have in Ghana is what I call petty politics. I have never seen politics reduced to such a level of pettiness. The politics have become so petty that our politicians are starting to think petty themselves.

“They say that even if they fail, they have failed better than the previous government. It doesn’t make sense. We are in a dumsor crisis, and if there were wise leaders in this country, we wouldn’t be going through what we are going through,” he said.

He also emphasized the financial hardship that his own company and many others in the nation suffer.

The comedian suggested that the government take a more proactive stance and introduce a power schedule to assist businesses in making appropriate plans.

In addition, he criticized the absence of such actions, attributing it to the present authorities’ inclination to show off their superiority over the outgoing government rather than addressing the immediate issue.

“They are aware of what we are going through. They know the extent of the problem we are facing. So even if it was just for one month, just say, ‘Oh yeah, we are going through dumsor, but for the next month, here’s a schedule for businesses, for this, this, this.’ Even if it’s just one month, it’s okay.

“Come up with a schedule. We’ll all be happy, and we’ll praise you for your proactive thinking.

“But you know why there’s no schedule? Because there was dumsor under the NDC, and they are trying to prove they are better. So, you see, it’s a wisdom problem,” he said.

KSM made these comments as Ghana fights a condition of constant power outages that has impacted many people’s lives and means of subsistence.

 

 

 

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