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#KWAME

Congratulations first and foremost Mr. President for appointing the former Attorney General who happens to come from the camp of the opposition to occupy such a delicate portfolio. It is a politically correct decision, wise by all standards and a way of frustrating your opposition.

#THE PRESIDENT:

Your complement is well noted Kwame. I am equally well informed of your consistent interest in national issues. Keep the good work up. What motivates you to do this anyways?

#KWAME:

The Rot in the system Mr. President. A mere sight of fat bellied super rich hypocritical politicians with insatiable greed amidst a poverty stricken citizenry, substandard leadership full of managerial incompetence, consistent friends and family governance amidst high rates of unemployment, disheartening acts of injustice perpetuated against the layman as well as the proliferation of abominable Corruption. I am allergic to them.

#THE PRESIDENT:

Great. The issue of corruption is very worrisome and of delicate concern to me particularly that of the NDC. You saw how they presided over a government that bloated a budget just to draw pictures of ex-Presidents on vehicles, and also instigated those inhumane SADA- GEEDA frauds and so many others? Martin Amidu will soon probe everything fishy by those past corrupt government officials and bring them to book.

#KWAME:

Yes I saw all that with all humility Mr. President. But I don’t think corruption is peculiar to one administration. Your infantile government is equally tagged already with corruption allegations ranging from the insignificant Ghc1,800 each fine for a first degree felony of court evasion by the delta force, the BOST and PURC saga, a hooping Ghc800,000 for a website, 100,000 for seat and many more. Will the special prosecutor deal with them too?

Secondly, what is your definition for “past corrupt government officials”? Does it start from the time of the first Democratic government till date or the focus is just on the John Dramani Mahama lead administration?

#THE PRESIDENT:

The definition of past corrupt government officials? I will leave that for the right office to determine. The Ghc800,000 for a website I was told is a “typographical error”, the BOST, PURC, and delta force cases are stories for the gods. As for the 100k for seats, “I am not aware”. A committee is looking into that so let’s leave it aside. If I seek your opinion on who to lay off in my government, who will you suggest?

#KWAME:

I will humbly suggest the person (s) who advised you to make that statement at the sod cutting for the one district one factory at Ekumfi–“it is envisioned that 51 districts will actually start the implementation of their enterprises (factories) by the end of the year (2017)”. I personally think he, she or they should have prompted you to organize a press conference or seize a good opportunity to explain to Ghanaians why you couldn’t even build a retail shop talkless of a factory before the end of 2017. That would have helped you to lay issues to bare and provide answers to all the ‘WHY’ questions to clear the doubts of the numerous hungry unemployed graduates awaiting that initiative. It equally shows a sign of respect for the intelligence of the common voter and I strongly believe the good people of Ghana will appreciate and accept you for telling them the truth than keeping mute on it.

#THE PRESIDENT:

“Wo aka Asem oo”! That was the exact thing that came to mind–to address all those issues in my end of year message but I thought they may misconstrue the idea and take me for a liar. I equally thought of the propaganda the minority will make out of it but it’s not too late anyways. Put that aside and let me ask my last question.

If an election is scheduled for next year and I ask you to persuade Ghanaians, who will you suggest they vote for?

#KWAME:

I will advise them to either vote for “a collation of the minor parties (that is if they’ll ever consider that) or find something better doing with their lives on that faithful day. The NDC and NPP are cousins who deserve to be alienated from anything politics in this country if we’re indeed serious about development.

#THE PRESIDENT:

But the current research by Dr Bossman, a lecturer from the political science department of the University of Ghana predicted a win of approximately 52 percent for the NPP. What do you say about that??

#KWAME:

Mr. President, Dr Bossman is a staunch member of the NPP lecturers’ caucus which simply implies the celebrants of that finding are only dancing to a music composed by a gentleman to adjudge his mother’s soup. A research conducted on a sample size of five thousand people out of a population of about thirty million with not even a clearly defined method is a layman’s research. Generalizing that result will be the lamest mistake to be committed by any scholar. Per my opinion, such researches only end up granting the beneficiary a false hope to put him/her in a “COMFORTABLE LEAD”. If you need further explanation on that statement, ask the NDC. They will school you on how devastating the effect of that statement can be.

#THE PRESIDENT:

“Comfortable lead” sounds familiar though. I understand exactly where you’re coming from and I will do the necessary by reminding my people to work hard and curb the dire effects of that pronouncement. Kwame, let’s call it shot. I have some ministerial reshuffling to do. I will invite you on a later date…

#KWAME:

I doff my hat for your time Mr. President. There’s no need catching feelings if my response sounds a bit “irregular”. Speaking to Presidents is typical of my dreams anytime I eat Daavi’s kenkey before sleeping on my crooked bed. I will still send a narrative of the dream to your inbox anyways. Regards!!!

 

Richard Kwame Krah

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