Professor Stephen Adei, a Former Rector of the Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration (GIMPA) has proposed that persons with unbridled libido should not be allowed leadership roles in the country.
In his view, such persons are a high risk to society considering how morally bankrupt they are insisting that they can be a source of disgrace to the country if they are allowed to shepherd others in leadership roles.
According to him, morality is pivotal in leadership and therefore leaders should not be bad examples to their followers and should always endeavor to be role models.
“Persons who have morality issues should not be made leaders. They can disgrace the persons or institution the lead. Can you imagine a president having children outside wedlock which is a sign of moral failure”, he quizzed.
Speaking at Ultimate 106.9 Fm’s public forum held at the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) Law Faculty auditorium under the theme ‘the Leader Ghana Deserves’ Professor Adei maintained that leaders who are unable to shelve their sexual desires leading to these, must never in the first place be allowed.
He stated that if these are adhered to, it will help in shaping society and provide the country exemplary leadership advising persons who aspire to leadership positions to show care by demonstrating that they care for Ghanaians and not only cronies, tribes mates and parties.