It’s been almost four years since Nana Addo took office but the founder of the NPP party has decided so far to keep quiet in his administration. J. A. Kuffuor has not spoken a word to alter change in the Nana Addo led government. Must Ghanaians take his silence to mean that all is well with Ghana, hence no need for directions? Does his silence purport that they have made him dumb? Or that his silence means that there are no ears to listen for whichever reason he has to keep quiet?
Akans hold that children with a particular good behavior, coming from the same home means that they have their grandparents alive. NPP has J A Kuffuor alive but have decided to sideline him within this period of the Nana Addo Government. If anything of the sort-“thus not listening to you” has happened, you still have an obligation to Ghana. You have as a duty to help Ghana grow.
As a result your excellency J. A Kuffuor, you cannot look on without saying a word when Nana Addo supplied ambulances when there are not enough beds to accommodate the sick. You cannot look on while Nana Addo builds a national cathedral all in the name of uniting Christians when Ghana is a secular country. Mr J. A. Kuffuor, can you please ask Nana Addo who will stay in the national cathedral-since a cathedral is the seat of a bishop. Mr J. A. Kuffuor, can you please ask Nana Addo why he had to put Ghana in the hands of PDS? Permit me once more to disturb my ex-President, will you ask Nana Addo why he won’t focus on eliminating the troubles with the “double-track” system? Permit for the last time to send my ex-President, J. A. Kuffuor, can you please tell Nana Addo that the nation at this moment does not need the new voters register given the possibility of Ghanaians having the Ghana Card. After all, the same details will be required whether Ghana Card or Voters Register. You know what you can do when you speak? You save Ghana from using that huge money apportioned for that thing, and that money can be used to establish factories. The importance of the factories will be drawing all the youths on the streets with degrees to work.
Please break the silence, J. A. Kuffuor!
From the pen of Emmanuel Graham Nyameke.