The hypocrite partisan stomach journalist, Kwesi Pratt has instinctively pounced on Nana Akufo-Addo, the flag bearer of the New Patriotic Party(NPP) to have used the IEA platform as a medium, to mislead the general public who according to Pratt were eager to know more about Ghana's relationship with its neighbouring country, La Côte d'Ivoire.
Kwesi Pratt nonsensically accused Nana Akufo-Addo for being "unpatriotic" considering the fact that La Côte d'Ivoire was fighting Ghana over the ownership of the Jubilee Oil Field. Kwesi Pratt, who is seriously suffering from brain depreciation rather expected the opposition leader instead of the sitting President to brief the Ghanaian people on the current international political affairs between Ghana and it's neighbour country Ivory Coast concerning the oil field claims. Anyway Kwesi Pratt with his deflated brain can't think that further that it is the assiduity of the President to inform the people of Ghana about the stand of the oil field litigation between Ghana and La Côte d'Ivoire.
The little minded Pratt did not even realised that when the issue of foreign policy came up for discussion, Nana Akufo-Addo psychologically reduced the topic to Ghana's relation with La Côte d'Ivoire because Mahama is the one who has to bring the Ghanaian people to the actual foreign policy concerning the oil field problem pending between the two countries. IS PRESIDENT MAHAMA OR HIS FOREIGN MINISTER NOT IN THE POSITION TO TELL THE GHANAIAN PEOPLE ABOUT OUR OIL FIELD PROBLEMS WITH IVORY COAST?
WHAT ABOUT THE "SHARP TEETH" FELIX KWAKYE-OFOSU, THE SO-CALLED OIL EXPECT, CAN'T HE TELL US SOMETHING ABOUT OUR OIL CASE?
Yes! it is right, any patriotic president would have told the public about the relationship between Ghana and La Côte d'Ivoire, and also supported Ghana on the grounds that the Jubilee Oil Field is not for La Côte d'Ivoire. But it seems the "president is more or less a resident" he will like to reside in the office and rather think about how best he can pay judgement debts at the expense of the tax payer and also make empty promises to camouflage the Ghanaian people.
The hypocrite stomach and partisan journalist Kwesi Pratt argued that it was really unfortunate for prejudicial statements, to fall out of the lips of Nana Akufo-Addo when he commented on the Alfred Agbesi Woyome case. That means since the case is in the court Ghanaian people must either keep quiet or praise Woyome to have done very well in defrauding the country of GHc52,000,000 million with the help of the NDC government. THE CASE IS IN THE COURT AND SO WHAT!!! THE MONEY IS NOT WITH THE COURT.
Considering what the constitution proffers on separation of powers, Kwesi Pratt established that it was wrong for official to intervene in matters which were already before court. HOW HYPOCRITE IS KWESI PRATT AT ALL? Under normal circumstances Woyome and some NDC officials should have been in the prison by now, but what is normal in Ghana?
According to the stomach partisan propaganda journalist Kwesi Pratt, though the president made efforts to back his facts with trustworthy figures Nana Akufo-Addo intentionally refused to accept it and failed to provide alternatives to support his claims. What do you Kwesi Pratt with your deflated brain understand by trustworthy figures? Buying an Air craft for $45,000,000 and accounting for $85,000,000? Paying 20% fees for the Ghanaian medical students in Cuba and accounting for 70%? Or Joe Gidisu buying a 740i BMW for $80,000 and accounting for $135,000?
Kwesi Pratt just shut up! and go to the CEPS and find out the duty charges alone for a 4*4 FORD EXPEDITION from the year 2005 with Air condition, if it's not exceeding the GHc6,200 Tony Aidoo paid, then you will know the meaning of a trustworthy figure.
FRANCIS TAWIAH (Duisburg - Germany)
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