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The acting Managing Director of the Graphic Communications Group Limited (GCGL), Mr Ransford Tetteh, has urged the youth to revisit their historical values to curb what he described as the breakdown of discipline in all aspects of development.
He said moral values such as service, respect for law and order, discipline and honesty, which guided positive behaviour in the past had been rejected by today’s generation, hence the country’s failure to ensure accelerated growth.“There is total breakdown of discipline in schools, workplace, communities, streets, and all aspects of our lives. There is no respect for law and order. Until we go back to restore the values that guided positive behaviour in the past, we are not going to see progress,” he stated.He added that “today’s generation has failed the young ones. There are no strict rules in schools and communities that ensure positive behaviour. They must not learn from today’s generation but revisit our historical values to change the system.”