2. A section of Ghanaians displaying the national colours

A cross section of Ghanaians believe that a change in attitude was the surest way of ensuring development in the country.

They also urged the citizenry to take part in discussions on policies that would help Ghana’s development and criticise constructively, devoid of partisan politics.

They expressed these views in an interview with the Ghana News Agency about what the citizenry must focus on in 2019 as patriots.

Ms Cassandra Twum-Ampofo, the Public Relations Officer of the Ghana Education Service, said Ghanaians should change their attitude towards work to improve productivity.

They should work as people who would someday give account to their maker as stewards and above all, Mother Ghana, she said.

Deputy Superintendent of Police (DSP) Man-Anit Sampana, a Prosecutor, said every Ghanaian should cultivate a positive attitude for the betterment of the country.

“Whatever work one does must be done appropriately and honestly and must be geared toward the good of the country,” he noted.

DSP Sampana said: “In fact, our attitude to sanitation, work and for that matter, the economy should be approached with sincerity”, adding that, above all, Ghanaians must be God fearing.

Pastor Christian Danso of the Grace Baptist Church, Amakom-Kumasi, said Ghanaians should love their country as themselves. There should be “No lack of brotherly love.”

“We must work for the best of this land and never cheat on the system. Ghanaians will make or unmake Ghana because even God works through mankind,” he said.

Mr Divine Koblah, a seasoned Journalist, asked Ghanaians to be faithful to themselves, to their families and to the country.

Mr Eric Akiti of the Registrar General’s Department said Ghanaians needed to re-orient their minds and above all, fear God.

Mr James Appiah-Korang, a Journalist, urged Ghanaians to fight corruption and not to encourage it since it would not help in the development of the nation.

Mr Gameli Attipoe, a Consultant, advised Ghanaians to think of how to contribute their quota towards national development as they promote peace, co-existence and entrepreneurship.

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