We have two levels of regulation for a so-called rule or policy: stringent enforcement for the vulnerable and lax enforcement for the wealthy and influential.
That is why a rich politician or businessman can rob millions of cedis and get away with it, while a poor man who steals Ghc 20 to buy food can face a 15-year prison sentence.
Kwadwo Safo Jr recently organized a birthday party to mark his big day, and we can see the principle in action once more.
Under the President’s COVID regulations prohibiting large meetings with more than 25 persons and requiring the wearing of nasal masks anywhere one goes, Kwadwo’s party disobeyed both of these regulations.
Videos from the group reveal that there were over 25 people in attendance, with the majority of them not wearing nose masks.
watch the video below.
Safo, on the other hand, has gotten away with flouting the rules so openly and blatantly that nothing has happened to him and will never happen to him.
some social media users have taken to social media to express their displeasure with the hypocrisy.
These are the real problems that are preventing Ghana from progressing, and they must be tackled. Before the constitution, all must be treated equally.