A Prayer To God Almighty - On Behalf Of President Akufo-Addo
Dear God Almighty,
We are grateful to you, for sparing the life of President Akufo-Addo (our hardest-working, most honest, principled, incorruptible and most visionary elected leader, since the overthrow of President Nkrumah, in 1966 - whom I support 100 percent!), when he tested positive for antibodies of COVID-19, and subsequently went into self-isolation.
As you are well aware, according to bush-telegraph sources, some of the greed-filled and ruthless hardiners in his administration (and the confounded New Patriotic Party (NPP) that he leads), presented him with a fait accompIi (the sidelining of Ghana's most fearless and boldest Auditor General, since Ghana gained her independence in 1957, Mr.Demelovo), when he ended his 14-day period of self-isolation, by announcing that the decison to replace Mr. Domelovo, with his deputy, would not be rescinded.
Lord God Almighty, just as President Akufo-Addo kept his own counsel, and ignored the loud protestations of those who opposed it, and went ahead to select Mr. Martin Amidu, as Ghana's first Special Prosecutor, please send us a similar miracle, which will also make him rescind the abominable decision to replace Mr. Domelovo by his deputy - and go on to announce that he would not only rescind that abominable decision, but that after his re-election, he would swiftly send a bill to Parliament, asking for the Auditor General to be given prosecutorial powers. Cool.
Dear Lord God Almighty, such an announcement, by President Akufo-Addo, will resonate with the vast majority of fair-minded Ghanaians, and ensure his re-election, by an even wider margin, in the looming December presidential election.
So, Dear God Almighty (who loves Mother Ghana, so), please let that miracle happen asap - so that our honest and incorruptible President, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, regains the lost trust and confidence, of the most discerning and apolitcal-Ghanaians, who cheered him on, when he ignored the advice of all the hardliners in his party, and went ahead to appoint Mr. Martin Amidu, as Ghana's first Special Prosecutor. Amen.
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