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Feature Article | Mar 31, 2019

Ghana’s Leaders In Pespective

Ghana’s Leaders In Pespective

Six of Ghana’s leaders have been rated under four marking schemes based on News reviews, Opinion articles and people’s comments on Ghanaweb and ModernGhana.com. The articles were carefully studied and analyzed. All candidates have scored points under infrastructural development, financial lost to the state, corruption perception and Visionary.

The positions of each candidate are based on the scores obtained from the analyzed samples.

(A) Infrastructural development based on time limit

  1. Mahama
  2. Kwame Nkrumah
  3. J.J. Rawlings
  4. Kufuor
  5. Atta Mills
  6. Akufo Addo.

(B) Willfully Causing Financial Lost to the State based on Peoples’ perception

  1. Kwame Nkrumah
  2. Mahama
  3. J.J. Rawlings
  4. Atta Mills
  5. Akufo Addo.
  6. Kufuor

(C) Corruption Perception Index (Peoples’ perception of non-corrupt)

  1. Atta Mills
  2. Kwame Nkrumah
  3. Akufo Addo
  4. Kufuor
  5. J.J. Rawlings
  6. Mahama.

(D) Visionary

  1. Kwame Nkrumah
  2. Akufo Addo
  3. Mahama
  4. J.J. Rawlings
  5. Kufuor
  6. Atta Mills.

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Charles Addai
Charles Addai, © 2019

Objective, Non-partisan. QLFCTN: BEng, MSc. Mech.
Charles currently works at Valmet Automotive Company, a contract manufacturer of Mercedes Benz GLC and A-Class models in Uusikaupunki, Finland.

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