Ghanaians Must Be Ready For A Bloody Election That Will Be Called By Jean Mensa – Akufo Addo – Bawumia

Feature Article Ghanaians Must Be Ready For A Bloody Election That Will Be Called By Jean Mensa – Akufo Addo – Bawumia

Akufo Addo, Bawumia, and Jean Mensa are getting ready to unleash unprecedented levels of electoral violence on the populace, which have never been seen in Ghana's political history. To conceal its numerous financial crimes, of which some Ghanaians are still unaware, the failed NPP government seeks to manipulate the results of the 2024 election to impose Bawumia on the people of Ghana as president, in a country where about seventy percent of its population is not interested in the inept vice president.

In the majority of my publications, I have told Ghanaians that Akufo Addo is a violent man who doesn't mind killing a million people to achieve his goals. His lack of proper education has contributed to his tendency to use violence and criminal activities to obtain what he needs. Many people may assume I hate the president if I write such articles about him, but that's precisely what he is. Akufo Addo would have thought through his actions if he was a man who truly cared for the safety of Ghanaians.

It is illegal to transport individuals from other countries or communities to registration centers so that the Electoral Commission can register them and add them to the NPP voter list. This offense calls for an inquiry and possible prosecution to lock up the perpetrators. However, under Akufo Addo's administration, NPP politicians can break the law with impunity. At the same time, the Inspector General of Police (IGP), Dampare, has targeted NDC offenders since he survived the plot to remove him from office.

Who would have guessed that Ghana would find itself in such a dire state, with everything, including its economy, businesses, and investments, collapsing and its treasures being sold and shared among corrupt NPP politicians and government-affiliated pastors? Since Akufo Addo is in power, church leaders and other religious heads are keeping silent, something they failed to do during the era of John Mahama when the economy was far better under a peaceful democratic government.

Akufo Addo wants Jean Mensa and Bossman Asare to declare Bawumia president to cover up numerous hidden financial crimes. However, the suffering Ghanaians, feeling the impact of the crippled economy and jobs, want to stop this diabolical act for the third time because the NPP government rigged both the 2016 and 2020 elections. The results haven't been good for Ghanaians due to the high cost of living, the lack of modern health facilities, and the high rate of unemployment.

Many people think that the political turmoil in Ghana is a conflict between the NDC and the NPP, but it should be a battle between Ghanaians and the NPP because violence can quickly spread like a bushfire to affect everyone. For example, pastors who criticize Mahama but have failed to caution Akufo Addo to put an end to his evil plans risk being victims together with their churches. Many Ghanaians already feel disappointed by the heads of churches, the Christian Council, and the Peace Council.

Jean Mensa has currently been implicated in numerous election frauds since the registration exercise was extended. Every time the opposition uncovers her wrongdoings, she frequently comes forward to apologize. How can someone keep making mistakes in basic mathematics and then apologize to Ghanaians or the NDC? That indicates that she is conscious of what she is doing; therefore, when the polls are rigged in favor of Bawumia, no Ghanaian will take this well; there will be violence.

It's not that I'm advocating for violence when I write these things; rather, I need to alert Ghanaians to the grave danger that faces them and urge them to prevent it, since it appears like they don't give a damn. It is not necessary to be a political analyst to recognize the threat that this year's elections can bring, particularly in light of the continued voter fraud by Jean Mensa, because they shouldn’t forget that when the rain falls, it doesn’t fall on one man’s house, which means violence can affect everyone.

Which team do you think has the higher chance of winning the 2024 elections?

Started: 02-07-2024 | Ends: 31-10-2024