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Neo
12th August 2011, 11:37 AM
Political correctness is a term which denotes language
was associated with this esteemed institute. This article exhibited unconstrained tribal diatribes by the author that is contrary to the goals of the institute.

The unorthodox display of offending language expressing bias was uncalled for and degrades the image of the institute. Although the author had a point in criticizing people who were falsely associating Nana Akuffo-Addo, NPP's presidential candidates name with illegal drugs.

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His approach is/was detrimental and hurtful to the NPP's quest to win the 2012 election. By casting irrelevant insinuations to a large group of people who constitute a sizable amount of Ghana's voting population, Okoampa-Ahoofe was in effect alienating a section of Ghanaian voters. He should learn some political savviness and act/write in politically correct terms.

It is my humble opinion that this writer should disassociate himself from the Danquah Institute whenever he feels the need/urge to spew such gibberish. The old adage "It is not what you say but how you say it, or not what you do but how you do it", should be explained to Okoampa-Ahoofe. He should be made to understand that being associated with the Danquah Institute demands some professional decorum in his writings.




Source: Kwame Dwamena Dakwa