22.08.2020 Feature Article

To Those Now Robbing Mother Ghana In Broad Daylight - And Backstabbing President Akufo-Addo, Too

To Those Now Robbing Mother Ghana In Broad Daylight - And Backstabbing President Akufo-Addo, Too
LISTEN AUG 22, 2020

Who would have thought, when the New Patriotic Party's (NPP) bigwigs were in the political wilderness, and forever condemning the Mahama administration's regime-cronies' create-loot-and-share high-level corruption, that Ghana would continue to experience the selfsame egregious-thievery-in-high-places, when they came to power again, too? Haaba.

Today, their active-rent-seeking, has led some of them to attempt the financial 419-equivalent, of galamsey, using a special purpose vehicle, apparently legally domiciled, in Jersey, in the Channel Islands, off Britain's southern coast. Eeiiii.

Apparently, the sikasempuduo-419-Agyapaapabi-Assaseyaa-capper, is to enable them 'find' a billion dollars, for Ghana's infrastructural development - a clever ruse, to justify that crime-against-humanity, empowering them to permanently guarantee their own net wealth, soaring to stratospheric heights, in line with inflation, through leveraging the inflows derived from royalty monies, from the exploitation of our nation's abundant mineral deposits. Eyeasem, oooo. Hmmmm...

The question is: Why do they not simply ask the private-sector (such as cement factory owners teaming up with local road construction firms, for example), to fund the building of a network of world-class tolled concrete roads, nationwide, themselves, in return for pocketing the revenues from those tolled-roads, tax-free, for say 35 years, instead, I ask - when that means no longer burdening future generations with debt mountains? Haaba.

Today, those who were forever criticising the effete John Dramani Mahama (and his Stan Dogbe-led daft-and-arrogant-crew, which surrounded him, and disastrously acted as gatekeepers for him), for their regime-cronies' create-loot-and-share rent-seeking, are now also engaging in mammoth create-loot-and-share, mega-behemoth, high-level-corruption, themselves. Wow. Hmmmm, eyeasem, ooooo...

So, who are they, Kofi Thompson, I hear you ask, dear reader? Well, they are the greed-filled, NPP super-hypocrites, currently busy backstabbing the honest and visionary President Akufo-Addo, and destroying his legacy, such as it is, thus far. Pity.

Now, we see their original strategy clearly: bring in a Special Prosecutor, and then hobble him; then try to get rid of the honest and principled Chief of Staff, graft-spotting stumbling-block, Madam Fremaa Opare; get the Central Bank, the Bank of Ghana (BoG), to start buying gold to fast-track asset-stripping Ghana; then get rid of the bravest Auditor General, ever, in Ghana's chequered history, to date, the fearless Mr. Domelovo; and, finally, frighten journalists, badly, by allegedly facilitating the murdering of the nosey-parkers in their midst (according to bush-telegraph sources and conspiracy-theorists). The 16th March, 2019 gunning down, of the investigative journalist, poor Ahmed Hussein-Suale, readily comes to mind. Hmmmm, eyeasem, ooooo...

Hypocrites, to a man, those sodden greedy plutocrats, and oligarchs, are the greediest regime-cronies, ever, in our nation's entire history. However, if it is any consolation, dear reader, they will never get away with their crimes, against the people of Ghana. A crookery-classic being those who have purloined the PDS-billions. Yoooooo...

For, as sure as day follows night, they will all be investigated, prosecuted and jailed, for causing financial loss to Ghana, someday, when yours truly, assumes the presidency in 2025, as an independent leader, free of the criminal syndicates that political parties have evolved into (in order to obtain funding for their operations nationwide). I solemnly promise that they will never get away with robbing Mother Ghana, blind, in broad daylight. Hmmmm. Oman Ghana - eyeasem ooooo - enti yewieye paaa enei? Asem kesie ebeba debi ankasa, ooooo. Hmmmm. Yoooooo...

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