14.09.2021 Feature Article

We Aren't All Fools In Nkrumah's Ghana Of Today

We Aren't All Fools In Nkrumah's Ghana Of Today
LISTEN SEP 14, 2021

We aren't all fools in Nkrumah's Ghana, of today, koraaaa, ooooo. Yooooooo. That is why some of us are now so thoroughly fed up, to the backteeth, with the insufferable arrogance, of a number of those who now lead our country. Who do these people think they are, koraaa - God Almighty's gift to Ghanaians, anaaa? Haaba. Yoooooooo...

That is why, dear reader, some of us simply can't bear hearing Hon. Godfrey Dame (who is, by far, the most unsuitable politician, ever, to be appointed as Ghana's Attorney General and Minister of Justice, thus far, since we gained our independence in 1957), for example, pontificating endlessly, about regime-critics undermining the judiciary. Pure humbug. Who does he think he is kidding, I ask? Haaba. Tweaaaaaa...

What do the Godfrey Dames expect, when our judiciary includes judges - at the highest reaches of the justice delivery system - who are so blatantly partisan: such as that sodden biased judge currently hearing the case involving the former CEO, of the Ghana Cocoa Board (COCOBOD), Dr. Opuni?

Furthermore, in a secret memo to his Cabinet colleagues, once upon a time, did that Bible-quoting hypocrite, Hon. Ken Ofori-Atta (our super-sly finance minister, who is addicted to endless-borrowing that keeps on adding to our already sky-high debt-mountain - and from which entities in his arms-length financial services sector empire, benefit, so mightily, from, each time he borrows for Ghana), not predict, correctly, that Dr. Paa Kwesi Nduom, a potential rival to the ruling party's candidate presidential candidates, would fight the withdrawal of his GN Bank's license, by going to court - but that the government would prevail there, too, because they were in power? Haaba.

The question is: What could be more undermining, of the judiciary, than such a damming statement, from a key regime-member, of what is easily the greediest bunch of self-seekers, ever to govern our homeland Ghana? Furthermore, what sane, discerning, patriotic, and independent-minded patriot, in today's Ghana, can trust a judiciary, of which our secretly arrogant finance minister, can say such a contemptible thing, and also be so cocksure, will, somehow, also do his government's bidding, in the case filed by Dr. Nduom, in his attempt to have the license of his GN Bank restored? We aren't all fools in Nkrumah's Ghana, of today, koraaaa, oooooo. Yoooooooo...

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