n an interview with Joy FM, Selorm Branttie the Vice President for Policy and Education, expressed his displeasure about an appalling statement made by the Minister of Communications, Mrs Ursula Owusu with regards to the outcry of Ghanaians on the issue of unregistered SIM Cards being disconnected.
Selorm is a Global Strategy Director for mPedigree, a mobile-based solution to securing products against faking, counterfeiting, and diversion. In addition to his work with mPedigree, Selorm is a natural leader and grass-root advocate and he also co-founded the largest bipartisan think tank in Ghana and has helped to craft relevant public communication on government policies.
He expressed that, the statement from the Minister of Communications shows very poor emotional intelligence and a lack of modern trends of servant-leadership and she needs to read the prima in servant-leadership and understand that she is there to serve a purpose and enhance the aspect of communication and improve it instead of having exclusive politics.
He stated that just because people cannot get something that is not available to them is no fault of theirs.
“Political exclusiveness is against the SDG goals that Ghana has been spending lots of money and time to work towards. It is inimical to our development as a nation and somebody has to pay the price for the discrepancies that have occurred”, he pointed out.