It is this childish behaviour on the part of traditional and political leaders that has made central region one of the poorest in the country despite all the good schools in that region. Is Osabarima Kwesi Atta really Osabarima? I doubt it. If he is why did he have to pretend as if he is not a man for all his people but only for NDC?
As for Mills I am beginning to doubt his ability to take decisions not based on the crazy and childish NDC ideas. What did Mills gain personally and politically for sidelining the opposition? Did it put money in the pockets of Ghanaians? Did it supply water and electricity to the impoverish people of the central region? Did it reduce the high cost of energy and fuel prices or improve the shortage of gas in the country? The behaviour of Mills and his lieutenants show that they have still not grown up so far as politics, national unity and national development are concerned.
I wish Mills could put his professorial skills into use and refuse to dance to the tune of the little minds that surround him.
The decision of Osabarima Kwesi Atta and Mills to sideline the opposition was very immature.