Osagyefo Oseadeyo Agyeman Badu II, the Paramount Chief of Dormaa Traditional Area, has emphasized the necessity of political activism in Ghana and offered open support for parties and individuals working for political accountability.
According to report, the traditional leader, who also serves as President of the Bono House of Chiefs, has expressed his support for the Fix The Country movement, as well as Twene Jonas, a US-based government critic, and others like him.
“I will lead the campaign to fan the flames of activism and accountability to keep leaders on their toes so that some meaningful, significant and appreciable level of development is seen across the country.
“The movement (Fix The Country) is in the right direction and must not be seen and portrayed as insults against certain political and traditional leaders,”
Addressing a durbar in the Dormaa Central Municipality, Osagyefo Oseadeyo Agyeman Badu II indicated that, the activists’ commitment to raising awareness of corruption and injustices, social ills, environmental degradation, poor sanitation, leadership, and economic mismanagement, according to, was in the right direction and should be supported.
The Paramount Chief is one of the country’s most outspoken monarchs, noted for taking strong positions on important political and socioeconomic issues.