Africa is now a forested plot where the unweeded shrubs are choking the profitable commodities.
If it has taken Paul Kagami two decades after a horrible genocide to "Tidy UP" Rwanda, sanitising literally the socioeconomic life of the people; then Africa has now been presented with a litmus test, a case study, and a new chapter in the yet to be written "Blueprint for Africa's Progress ."
Now, in tourism alone, just by sponsoring Arsenal Football Club in the English Premier League, Paul Kagami's Rwanda has doubled the capital inflow into the tourism sector as twice the initial amount paid to the club.
Such is a soldier who uses his armoury to save life rather than than taking it. Such is a no-nonsense soldier who sanitise and "tidy up" a hopeless country with open mindedness.
We cannot continue to dance to the tunes played by indiscipline composers who are drunk on poisonous alcohol of ethnocentrism, cronyism and nepotism.
Our back is breaking with the load of taxes that finances only the activities of the corrupt elites and expect a Paradise status in Africa.
Yes, Africa needs a complete "Tidy Up" where viable seeds planted in our generation can be blossom to huge trees that birds perch in its branches and all souls that seek shelter rests under its shade.
If it's the rebuilding of the fallen walls of Africa that the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFFGH) is pursuing, then the soldiers for the crusade should arm with sacred machetes that will "tidy up" the weeded current state of affairs in Ghana.
We must clear the nooks and crannies where stolen booties could be hidden. We must weed and "tidy up" the rustling figs that blocks our views to seeing the beauties elsewhere for our usage.
Armed we go, we're tidying up Africa, Holy Soldiers for good course are at the lead, Kwame Nkrumah, Sankara, Gaddafi, and Paul Kagami are our inspiration.
Written by: Charles Yeboah (Sir Lord)
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