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Hajia Aisha Alhassan, a retired army general, has stated that democracy has not aided Ghana and that our governing style should be authoritative.

Hajia claimed in an interview with SVTV Africa that democracy is not being fully exercised because people are afraid to speak up or do their jobs.

“People would not be beaten for speaking the right thing if we had freedom of speech.” I prefer to be governed by someone who is in charge. For us, democracy is too fragile; we require iron fists. Maybe I’m speaking from the perspective of a soldier, but this is what Ghanaians desire.

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Hajia Aisha Alhassan, a retired army general, has stated that democracy has not aided Ghana and that our governing style should be one of authority.

Hajia claimed in an interview with DJ Nyaami on SVTV Africa that democracy is not effectively exercised because people are afraid to speak up or do their tasks.

“People wouldn’t be beaten for expressing the right thing if we had freedom of speech.” I prefer to be governed by a central authority. We need iron hands; democracy is too fragile for us. Perhaps I’m speaking from the perspective of a soldier, but this is what Ghanaians desire.

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Source: DailyNewsGhana.com/2022

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