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Supremus Rex, Waddup With The Archeology? Critical News, 21st April 2013

Posted by Business in Ghana on April 21, 2013

Sydney Casely-Hayford,

I am sitting on a bench, my back against a wall at the Weija DVLA office, waiting to be called.  My castigation for not coming forth with the required “aseda” if I am to get my lost licence replaced today.  Forty-seven minutes into purgatory, I am watching Dufie (not her name at all, I have nicknamed her such, a reminder of another Dufie I know elsewhere) trying to sell Malta Guinness to all and sundry.  She is a very attractive girl, beautiful large eyes set in an oval face, held up by a not too long neck with a slight wrinkle and a body that can match Alicia Keys.  She is wearing black spandex just to below knee level and a tight fitting top with “I Love NY” emblazoned just below her thirty-six “D” cup.  She has a nice strut, an exaggerated double bump when she heels up.  She knows I have been watching her this past half-hour and I am deliberately staying with the view.  It is a nice diversion from the seething anger I am holding down from this cesspit of bribe-taking staff fleecing desperate customers of their “deperado” money, a need that has to be plugged even though a right to be demanded.

I am where I am because I insisted on my right to pay the listed fee at the cashier’s desk and not part with cash to an officer in a small office, where all they were doing when I arrived at 11am was eating “pregnant women only” community waakye.  I have been approached by at least three people, asking if they can help me in any way.  I refuse persistently, so Dufie is now joined as my unvoiced companion in a fight against the establishment she has not thought of bucking. Read the rest of this entry »

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Tabular Presentation of Petitioners (NPP) Evidence

Posted by Business in Ghana on April 21, 2013

Following the initial affidavit filed by the Petitioners in the Voting challenge to President Mahama’s announced Presidential win, the NPP team filed amended figures on day 3, removing some of the non-critical elements of their case.  This table compiles all the changes and what evidence is affected including their conclusions from the adjustments.  It buttresses the case and is an important document to enable the non-number crunchers to appreciate the extent of the case.


Presentation of Evidence New Tables 1

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