14th December, 2016

| Updated Mar 18, 2017 at 8:00pm



The daily graphic says it has become a ritual that when a government loses power, members of the incoming administration think it is their turn to occupy certain positions by virtue of the fact that they are members of the incoming administration and this unhealthy practice has been perpetuated by both the NDC and NPP since Ghana returned to democracy in 1992.

It says Civil Servants do not work for any political party but the entire nation and hence the country must consciously move away from this unhealthy system as soon as there is a change in government.

The paper urges the police to continue to arrest those who engage in lawlessness no matter the party they belong to.
It also urges civil servants and other public officials to work in the interest of the Nation.

The Ghanaian Times is worried that the outcome of the just-ended election and its subsequent celebration has brought in its wake a very disturbing phenomenon that needs to be checked.

According to the paper, the lawlessness that occasions announcement of general election results has become legendary.

The paper says, Ghanaians have a long way to go in ensuring sanity after the declaration of election results, given its observation at the Kwame Nkrumah Interchange.

The Times is disappointed that, traders at the Kwame Nkrumah Interchange took advantage of the absence of city guards and the police to sell their wares at prohibited places.

The paper urges, Ghanaians to understand that state properties belong to everybody because people's taxes were used in building them.

The Times, it is says it is in the interest of all to protect these facilities and not vandalise them.