Former President Jerry John Rawlings on Thursday hailed the nation’s frontline wellbeing employees for their efforts in combating the Covid-19 pandemic.
“I commend all overall health employees as effectively as all other frontline employees for proving equal to the process in this defining instant of ours,” he explained for the duration of the 41st Anniversary of the June 4 Revolution in Accra.
The party, on the topic: “Strengthening the Spirit of Patriotism, Resilience and Integrity in Tough Instances,” was marked just about owing to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Former President Rawlings said: “The health power across the country, some of whom have been infected with the virus in the line of obligation, have taught us a sense of purpose, selflessness, dedication, dedication and patriotism”.
He recounted that early this year the environment was struck by a pandemic whose effects sooner or later afflicted each individual facet of human lifetime.
He stated despite the interventions from point out institutions to ease the plight of the less than-privileged, there was even now a ton to be finished by all Ghanaians in their extremely personal communities to support all those groups of men and women.
“Unfortunately we have hurt our own men and women by institutionalising corruption for significantly also long offering a very little few the obtain to amass wealth at the hazard of the livelihood of the common citizens who are languishing in poverty and misery,” the former President stated.
The morality and authority of fact is godly and divine and it should really normally supersede and override the reality of the authority of mortals.
He explained countrywide monuments, groups, events, institutions and crucial state property were labelled right after some deserving people today to inspire and immediate subsequent generations on the fantastic route they will have to emulate.
Previous President Rawlings mentioned in some occasions, it serves as a crucial reminder for history’s defining moments.
He explained in Ghana, these steps that subtly influences Ghanaians had been often taken for granted.
Former President explained shockingly, some crucial streets in Accra had been named soon after undeserving personalities.