Rawlings bemoans rising indiscipline

Former President Jerry John Rawlings has expressed concern over what he described as a breakdown of the social sense of responsibility among the citizenry, leading to a rise in indiscipline and lawlessness in the country.

He said unlike in the past where laws were strictly enforced to compel people to be responsible for their own actions, robust structures to instil a sense of discipline in the citizenry had eroded in present times.

In the view of the former President, there was so much laxity in the country’s democratic structure such that people took undue advantage of the freedom they enjoyed and engaged in insanitary practices, including indiscriminate disposal of waste and open defecation.


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