Akufo knows he and his family, along with Finance Minister Ken Ofori-Atta, are to blame for the demise of Ghana and the NPP party, and he can't live with that fact for the rest of his life, he thinks he must do everything in his power to keep the vice president, Mahamudu Bawumia, as president, but that is not how it should be. It is the people of Ghana that have the right to choose those who must represent them if the country truly practices democracy, and not the president.
It is impossible for someone who has committed a crime to conceal it, no matter how much they try; the body language reveals who's to blame! Since Akufo Addo doesn’t want to show any regrets or feels embarrassed over his failure, he is not acting rationally to go in peace because he is aware of his failures to uphold his promises to Ghanaians, his party, and NPP politicians. Instead, he is choosing to take action that he believes will restore his reputation but could lead to political unrest and even bloodshed.
Any intelligent Ghanaian can tell from the president's body language, facial expressions, and statements, such as the three times he has said, "I will do everything in my power to ensure the NPP retains power," that exposes his concern about how the destruction of Ghana has also affected the future of his political party. Akufo Addo is aware that if NPP enters the opposition, the party may be there for probably one thousand years because the damage this party has caused is enormous.
Any sane Ghanaian should ask himself whether it is morally acceptable for a failed president to rig an election in favor of the ruling party. Even though it is obvious that the majority of Ghanaians no longer want this government, apart from the greedy politicians and tribal bigots, the truth is that Akufo Addo's actions may result in serious political violence that Ghanaians are not anticipating, and since they know that they will get maximum support to blame John Mahama for the political violence they don’t care.
As indicated earlier in some articles and also programmed by Kevin Taylor, the host of Loud Silence TV, Akufo Addo gave appointments to all the key figures, including Ken Ofori-Atta, who protested against John Mahama to enhance his presidential ambitions. When a leader is engaged in rewarding all those who stood for him, he is more likely to appoint unqualified people to manage state affairs, so there is no way Akufo Addo will have been a successful leader.
Kevin Taylor disclosed Akufo Addo's appointment of important protesters who supported his bid to unseat Mahama as president. Ghanaians should, therefore, understand why Ghana is in its worst state, yet, everyone is quiet.
Not only do I see the potential for danger and carnage in Ghana if Akufo Addo is allowed to carry out his nefarious plans, but many prominent Ghanaians, such as Nyaho Tamakloe and Brigadier-General Joseph Nunoo Mensah, are expressing alarm over what may yet be to come, which can be quite unsettling. The majority of people are extremely frustrated after their businesses and livelihoods were destroyed and permanently placed in poverty, while maidservants have stolen millions of dollars from an NPP politician’s house.
Akufo Addo is the most unyielding president that Ghanaians have ever seen, he never listens to anyone and does what he pleases. Many people, including Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa, Member of Parliament for North Tongu in the Volta Region, criticized the president when the economy began to deteriorate due to his careless spending and the expensive jets he had been hiring for his pointless duties. However, because everything in Ghana is politicized, NPP politicians, including Kennedy Agyapong, defended the president.
However, today; Agyapong is now accusing Akufo Addo of destroying Ghana and the NPP party since he is running as an independent presidential candidate. Many NPP politicians, like MP Stephen Amoah, claimed that the E-Levy would solve all of Ghana's problems and accused the NDC of fighting the E-Levy because they knew it would strengthen the party. Once the new tax was finally enacted, the businesses that Ghanaians had spent years to establish collapsed.
I sometimes wonder why Akufo Addo became president because Ghana should have reached far if he hadn’t stepped in as president. His complete failure and its disastrous impact on the nation is worse than the period Ghana fought for independence. The collapse of banking institutions, foreign and local investments, illegal gold dealings, his involvement in illegal mining, and other crimes Akufo Addo had been involved in took its toll on the country, plunging it into a state of despair.
As indicated earlier in some articles and also programmed by Kevin Taylor, the host of Loud Silence TV, Akufo Addo gave appointments to all the key figures, including Ken Ofori-Atta, who protested against John Mahama to enhance his presidential ambitions. When a leader is engaged in rewarding all those who stood for him, he is more likely to appoint unqualified people to manage state affairs, so there is no way Akufo Addo will have been a successful leader. He should have known this if he was intelligent.
Now that he feels guilty about the manner he has destroyed again which has also affected the NPP party, he knows that he can’t live with it for the rest of his life if the NPP goes to opposition, therefore, he keeps telling Ghanaians that he will break the 8th cycle by making sure that NPP retains power and he thinks since he doesn’t respect the population and considers them fools, they will sit quietly for him to implement his diabolical plans.
Bawumia said against Mahama “As if the incompetent doesn’t know the damage he has caused and wants to come back to destroy everything,” I want to let the vice president understand that he is not only lazy and incompetent, but he is also a criminal. In any country, he should have been forced to resign or be in prison together with Ken Ofori-Atta for collaborating with the governor of the Bank of Ghana to print money into an already troubled economy without the approval of parliament. How then can Ghanaians allow someone like Bawumia to be a president? That’s can’t be.