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The False Ghanaian History Of Paa Kwesi Nduom

Posted by Business in Ghana on July 18, 2009

I don’t quite know whom he intends to bamboozle with his flagrantly false presentation of modern Ghanaian history, but anytime that I have had the misfortune of reading his patently false Nkrumaist approach to Ghanaian history, I have also been very thankful that Dr. Paa Kwesi Nduom had chosen to study economics and business management in college, rather than African Studies or African History. I am also especially glad that his rather crude and regressive attempt at reviving and re-imposing Nkrumaist dictatorship on Ghanaians was met with resonant rejection during the country’s most recent “conversation” at the polls, particularly the further remarkable erosion of the hitherto piddling modicum of electoral support that the rump-Convention People’s Party (CPP) possessed in the lead-up to Election 2008. Indeed, what the landmark Obama visit symbolically represents, if nothing at all, is the sonorous fact that the era of the “One-Man Messianic Adventure” is decidedly behind Ghanaians.

Kwame Okoampa-Ahoofe, Jnr.

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One Response to “The False Ghanaian History Of Paa Kwesi Nduom”

  1. The youth of Ghana today like to be associated with Danquah/Busia traditions and JJ Rawlings ideas than Nkrumahist movement. That is why a Nkrumahist movement could not win elections in this modern Ghana. They simple don’t like Nkrumah pholosophy . It will be very difficult for a Nkrumahist movement to win elections in this modern Ghana

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