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Charades in Acid. Critical News, 24th May 2015

Posted by Business in Ghana on May 25, 2015

Sydney Casely-Hayford, sydney@bizghana.com

This past week, we murdered a prominent politician, and our Finance Minister attempted a charade explanation of the economy.

Some sort of in fighting within the NPP created resentment and pent up sentiment that some person(s) decided the only way to settle this was to do an acid test on a human being. Gregory Afoko, brother to NPP National Chairman Paul Afoko was picked up by the police even as they investigate the matter. Some other person who could be his accomplice run away and has still not been found.

On his deathbed, Mr. Adams Mahama identified the two persons as his attackers.

Ghana has a history of political violence. We fought the British for independence, fought ourselves for independence and jailed, killed, maimed and deprived people of their livelihoods, all in the name of independence.

We also created a one party state in an attempt to annex all political control and in the after-process, staged a series of coup d’tats to show the world how confused we can be when it comes to violent democracy.

And all this violence has led to so much circumspection of our plight as a black people, we even turned lights off in Dansoman, where prominent actress, Yvonne Nelson, now famous for her #dumsormuststop night vigil was said to have been disconnected for illegally connecting her power supply. Read the rest of this entry »

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