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Opinions Mon, 20 May 2013

Evil Men in politics "up and down machineries"

In the face of what l described as unprofessional heckling being

masterminded by "evil contractors" clad in T-shirts that bore as

inscription "making Ghana ungovernable"

The sole intention is to malign and bring the administration of this

country to disrepute because their appendages are not in control.

The recent unfortunate incidence ranging from incessant labour

agitations,sporadic shootings from unknown gunmen and raging fire outbreaks

are not mere coincidence but unsuspected machiavellian ploy to crush this

special time.

Assuming without admitting that these evil cohorts have succeeded in sowing

their evil seeds in the public sector and that the top brass in the various

government businesses is mainly composed of them, then the possibility of

unleashing cheap manipulations on men of intellectual wit, men our

educational sector had succeeded in reposing enormous knowledge and

confidence to serve the nation, their actions like cheap withdrawal of

services do not in anyway place some of us on the surprise radar.

Defiling this responsibility with impunity and then resort to or climb

down to the influences string-controlled by these knavish groups do give

clues of systemic administrative failure starring at us seeking immediate

attention.

In reference to the various public declarations made by machiavellian

cohorts "Let my vote count" (the devil rented brigades) who have vowed to

impair Ghana's development by gallivanting on the various streets across

the world dragging the country's image into the trash can scaring off

investors should never be underestimated as mere belligerence rhetorics and

allow these sucking elements to sneak under the law unnoticed.

The preponderance of coup talk in the media recently by top political

apparatchiks and war-mongering platforms mounted by persons and groups like

"let my vote count" inciting people to throw bombs and setting schools

ablaze never happened at the blind side of the police intelligence but has

escaped their investigations. I must say this is a major encumbrance on us

as people seeking to traverse the untoward economic hardships and the

security lapses befriending us. The security agencies must not sit aloof

like "loafers in paradise" for fear and the panic-stricken situation to

strike innocent men and women to death.

There have been several calculated verbal assassinations to topple and

render the government unpopular before the people and to win favour from

their rogue spectators, the alacrity in peddling this ugly noises in the

media can not be underestimated with keen inference from the unfriendly

atmosphere bestowed on us resulting in flaring of tempers, chanting of coup

choruses and heightening political tensions creating insecurity situations

across the length and breadth of the country.

This situation has brought on its tail a wave of crime and lawlessness in

several parts of the country especially the unfortunate unfolding scenes at

Kumasi. It is obvious the recent wave of killings at Kumasi are not mere

coincidence but reprisal attacks being orchestrated in a political

fashions.

Based on the assertion put forward l can confidently without doubts say

that the recent spate of sporadic shootings and the panic-stricken

situation at Kumasi are just few of the evil agenda by these jumped-over

men put on duty by their political master and hence the situation renders

them vulnerable to refuse those bloody missions.

I therefore throw a challenge to the security machineries to bring these

vipers to justice before the situation gets out of control else it would

leave a venomous indelible imprint on the minds of reasonable and concern

Ghanaians.

My frustrations heighten upon the realization that not even an ant has been

nabbed by the various security agencies parading in respect to these

sickening developments.

These evil militants and unrepentant gang of miscreants mounting insurgency

against the nation, their activities indeed raise some questions, are they

ahead of the security intelligence? Since their evil schemes and

machinations are being operationalize in a broad-day without catching the

attention of the security apparatus, then one would not be wrong to

cogitate in affirmation to the question l have put there.

It is indeed mind blowing if these war-seeking statements on public

platforms and the ongoing reprisal attacks are sacrosanct enough in a

political definition to place the police intelligence on the reserved side

then l wonder what would then be considered a security threat worthy of

investigatings.

Again the death-trap of a situation is worsened by the fact which suggest

that the media has gradually turned-out to be an albatross hanging our

necks. Most of their publications are devoid of veracity and fairness and

are being used by politicians as vehicles transporting them to the

corridors of power. Aside shaping perceptions on sensitive issues and

educating the public,the media is charged also to report nothing but the

true reflection of issues however it is sad to note that, the various media

houses ranging from the print,electronic and other media houses have taken

political sides and they work parallel to that effect. The ethics of the

media profession which were ones the cherished virtues have now been thrown

to the pigs trampling them with impunity creating a hell of moral

abrasions. With their pathetic-political lens, same issues are reported in

different fashions portraying their allegiance to their political masters.

The media's obsession with cheap politicking and over- hyping of useless

utterances emanating from top figures in our politics has gradually push

matters of great essence into the periphery. The most unfortunate aspect of

it all is that the regulatory bodies charged with the responsibility of

maintaining sanity in the media landscape have indeed lost focus in

leadership pursuing their various selfish agenda.

In conclusion l suggest that we need to place Ghana first irrespective of

whom we hold allegiance to or what our preferences are, this current trend

of internal politics of deception and massaging of feelings must be placed

on the reserved side before we succeed in plunging this nation into a

chaotic and confusion state.

Let's join hands to fight these evil men whole-heartedly to traverse their

evil schemes and machinations because we are dealing with people whose

sense of thinking and analysis still bothers on the slavery mentality of

the stone age and hence can go every length to implement their evil plans

irrespective of the circumstances prevailing at a time.

Long live Ghana .

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From: Ivan Kyei Innocent/nanakyei81@gmail.com

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Columnist: Kyei, Ivan