CONGRATULATIONS! HONORABLE AKOLOGU
7/15/2012 11:59:53 PM -
It was very intriguing to read the article, entitled, ' Okudzeto Did Not Undermine Me - Former Minister', which appeared on the Ghanaweb, dated, July 14, 2012. The pronouncements by Honorable John Atia Akologu, the former statutory Minister of Information in the above article depicts a man who is well-bred by his parents and the community where he was brought up. In fact, his dictum portrays a gentleman among gentlemen.
This writer applauds the diplomatic niceties of the Honorable Akologu as a communicator and he has succeeded in communicating the truth to the whole wide-world about how Mr. Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa became a spokesperson for Isofoton, a foreign company which has a Debt-Payment Case against the Republic Of Ghana pending in the High Court of Ghana while Mr. Ablakwa is still holding himself up as the Deputy Minister of Information for the Republic of Ghana.
The Honorable Akologu posits that his Deputy Minister, Mr. Ablakwa erred in principle by communicating with the Statutory Attorney General, Mr. Martin Amidu without his knowledge. In his interview with CitiNews reporter, It reads, 'Honorable Akologu said although Mr. Ablakwa was wrong to have withheld the subject matter from him during his time at the Information Ministry, it would be wrong to say that his Deputy undermined his authority'.
At this juncture, it must be made clear to Honorable Akologu that Mr. Ablakwa has disrespected him as his superior by usurping his authority as the Statutory Minister of Information. Mr. Ablakwa undermined his authority by communicating with the Statutory Minister of Justice and Attorney General, The Honorable Martin Amidu on official duties without his consent. It is evident here that Mr. Ablakwa,s behavior is tantamount to insubordination and he has a hidden agenda to sabotage his work as the Minister of Information. The notorious act of insubordination by Mr. Ablakwa is subject to an immediate termination of his appointment and the President of the Republic must remove the young man from his post before he plunges his administration into further chaos.
The reason of the Deputy Minister of Information, Mr. Ablakwa communicating with The Honorable, Martin Amidu is in the public domain. Mr. Ablakwa has admitted communicating with Honorable Amidu on behalf of Isofoton S A without the knowledge of his superior, Honorable Akologu. It can now be concluded without the reasonable doubt that Mr. Ablakwa had a sinister motive for intervening on behalf of Isotofon SA by persistently trying to coarse the Learned Legal Illuminati, The Honorable Martin Amidu to make an out of court settlement in the sum of $1.3m in favor of his foreign agents, Isotofon SA at the detriment of the Good People of Ghana. Mr. Ablakwa has the motive to collect the crumbs that falls under the table; he must put an end holding himself up as the Deputy Minister of Information for the Republic of Ghana. He does not serve the interest of Mother Ghana but rather the interest of Isofoton SA. He must resign now!
REV. YAW OBENG-ADUASARE, Mdiv.
STATEN ISLAND, NEW YORK