As a committed Nkrumahist and pan-Africanist, I am firm in my belief that no matter what is thrown, at it, Nkrumah's Ghana will survive and thrive - regardless of the myraid of challenges it faces currently. No question. Ghana is the Black race's best hope for restoring our true place in the world - as an example of a peace-loving and welcoming melting-pot society: full of happy and aspirational people blessed with endless creative-energy. Cool.
As someone who is never dispirited - and constantly seeks opportunities, from what others regard as disasters, one is fed up to the backteeth, with the confidence-destroying negativity, of those who think that our still-beautiful country, is doomed. That negative-belief is utter rubbish. Ghana has a very bright future ahead of it, indeed.
With the greatest respect, we must discourage the gloom-riddled discouragers-in-our-midst, at home and abroad, from infecting Mother Ghana's beautiful African-soul, with their endless-negativity. Such clever folk must be told to the face that Ghana is not an African nation jam-packed with lazy, corrupt and dishonest lying-thieves
Furthermore, despite its many challenges, our nation is neither a basket-case, nor is it a banana republic. Haaba. In any case, speaking personally, knowing what I know, for example, I am 100 percent certain that Ghana will be eventually successfully transformed. That dramatic societal-sea-change, will occur, within the next decade. For sure. Full stop.
And, wonder of wonders, it will turn our homeland Ghana, into a wealthy African global-economic-superpower - in which the citizenry live extremely well - by all global quality-of-life metrics. It will all be fully-funded from the unimaginable wealth generated by the clean power invention, of a Ghanaian engineering genius, I happen to be friends with.
Finally, as a patriot who passionately loves his still-very-beautiful nation, I shall end this piece, by saying this: May God Almighty bless, protect and guide Mother Ghana: and may all the doom-mongers, amongst us, at home and abroad, be shamed - for wallowing in their never-ending dispiriting-negativity. Some of us refuse to join them in their constant-mud-bathing. Enough is enough. Nkrumah's famed-Ghana will survive and thrive. Full stop. Haaba.