A concerned netizens has this to say about the development;
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***Two subjects that we should not defend like we are defending our favorite football teams: Religious organizations and political parties; and especially their leaders. By all means, critique the logic or argument behind a criticism or attack, but don’t behave as if the object of the attack is above reproach.
Even if the attack is unfair, there are ways of responding to the unfairness of the attack. But to behave as if the person/organization cannot be criticized publicly is a step into the realm of absurd engagement.
It actually hurts the leader/organization because it makes it seem as if they are above reproach; the absence of constructive criticism will push that person into a ditch. As the Akan say, the one cutting the path needs someone behind to ensure that the path is straight. If only sycophants are behind this person, the crooked path will be more irregular than the dumsor some of us are experiencing.
So by all means, allow people to criticize your favorite religious leader or politician, and even engage with them to arrive at a consensus or to agree to disagree. That is how transparency becomes an integral part of the society we are trying to build.
Alternatively, you can continue as you were. It won’t affect the nasty traffic on the Haatso-Atomic road that is bound to worsen with all these new businesses opening.***
What do you make of this?