There is consensus, globally, that innovation is the key to unlocking transformational-societal-change, which leads to the prosperity of nations, worldwide.
In light of that, obviously, it follows, a priori, that innovation is what will eventually dig Mother Ghana, out of the massive slippery-walled-hole, which Ghana's greedy big-thieves-in-high-places, have pushed her into. Hmmm, ey3nsem, piiiiii, oooo, Ghanafuo.
To incentivise innovative Ghanaians to continue to submit innovative project proposals, to governments of the day, clearly, as a matter of some urgency, draconian new laws ought to be passed, by Parliament, to protect the intellectual property rights (IPRs), of all innovative Ghanaians, who submit project proposals to the public sector, of our national economy. Full stop. Enough is enough. Haaba.
The theft of the IPRs of creative Ghanaians, by our public officials, who collaborate with those who stalk the corridors of power specifically for that purpose (regardless of whichever of the parties that constitute the NPP/NDC duopoly - which have had an iron grip, on all aspects of our national life - throughout the life of the 4th Republic, thus far), has made many, many creative individuals rather wary of submitting innovative and change-making proposals, to governments of the day, unfortunately.
That is why some of us are now calling for draconian new laws to be passed, swiftly, by Parliament, to protect the IPRs, of all those submitting project proposals to governments of the day (from our notorious crooked insider-dealing public officials). Yabr3 wormu enyinaa, oooo, Ghanafuo. Yoooooo. ..