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02.01.2020 Feature Article

The Effects of Genetically Criminal Behaviour In Ghanaian Politics

The Ghanaian leader, Nana Akufo Addo
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The Ghanaian leader, Nana Akufo Addo

It is known that politics is a dirty business because it’s full of lies, cheats, dishonesty, unfulfilled promises and sometimes clandestine crimes must be involved if it’s necessary to hold on to power or win an election.

These are some of the reasons it often said: there can never be free and fair elections in Africa.

Relating to politics in Ghana, it is not only corruption and inefficiency that have contributed to the snail development of the country of rich resources, formerly called Gold Coast but also, there are too many criminal politicians in the political system of Ghana, that will do everything against the law to benefit them.

How common are the facts of interference of political thieves with the law and election process in Ghana, to work out a clandestine easy victory for a particular party? Where are all the intelligent people I know exist in Ghana gone?

The thirst for power and greed, have shifted Ghana towards doom, unfortunately, many intelligent Ghanaians can’t see it. It’s mere propaganda and pure political strategy of dishonesty if Akufo Addo claims “the year 2020 will be a prosperous year to flow with milk and honey in Ghana’s democracy.”

Analyzing the political future of Ghana, any intelligent economist will tell Ghanaians that Nana Akufo Addo’s greed and continuous thirst for power, have forced him to sow ‘two seeds of destruction,’ to favour his chances of winning the election.

In the long term, the impact of those destructive seeds will adversely affect the already unstable Ghana’s ailing economy in a way that Ghanaians will cry for help. Time will tell.

The recent introduction of high currencies in the country and request for a new voter’s register will affect Ghana in a manner that whatever evil Nana Akufo Addo has planted to win the election will come back to haunt him.

There are criminal minds in Ghanaian politics and Akufo Addo is their leader.

At the moment, Ghanaian journalists are not happy to do their jobs in the way they want since the assassination of journalist Ahmed Hussein-Suale. If I am living in Ghana, my articles will not be different from what I write, let alone I am living in Europe.

One thing I must tell Ghanaian journalists is, as much as they put fear in them because of this tyrant dictator, Akufo Addo, who falsely preach about democracy, Nana Addo himself is more scared of Ghanaian journalists as well.

Closing down media houses is some of the strategies used by dictators to make journalists afraid of someone. That is why I have already written articles about the dictatorship instincts of Akufo Addo.

In fact, there are too many criminal activities going on in the administration of Nana Akufo Addo. A similar thing happened during the administration of John Mahama, even though the current president promised to eradicate it he rather came to increase them.

You can, therefore, win the elections, Nana Akufo Addo, it’s only those that see everything that glitters is gold in Ghana, that will commend or congratulate you if you win the elections.

But, not the writer called Joel Savage, your criminal nephew can’t stand because of my articles, that are like hot cake, read by a large number of people around the world.

It's because of Kwame Okoampa-Ahoofe Jr's stupid jealousy and hate, towards other writers that articles are appearing in the MOST READ column of the ModernGhana news, the editor removed it last year.

Now he is a happy man because readers can no longer see how bad and useless his articles are.

Joel Savage
Joel Savage, © 2020

Joel Savage is a Ghanaian-Belgian journalist and author. The accredited press-card holder of the Flemish Journalists Association once contributed regularly to the features column of the Daily Graphic, The Mirror, Ghanaian Times and the Weekly Spectator. The writer currently lives in Belgium., Column Page: JoelSavage

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