Opinions Mon, 29 Mar 2010

Is The Prof. Mills A President Or A Resident?

Through the slow motion governance of President Mills the ordinarily NDC members are rather presiding over the country.

The Carl Wilson seizing and stealing cars debacle has at long last projected a high light, through the businessman, Alhaji Al-Wahab, who fortunately and unfortunately saw his two vehicles at the seat of government, Osu Castle, and the forecourt of the Parliament House in Accra.

Do we have laws at all in the country?

NDC attacking NDC issues that led to Wilson (who should have been dismissed long ago) being dramatically sacked on Thursday escalated when the fed-up businessman, Alhaji Al-Wahab took his case to the media after filing a writ against the deputy Chief of Staff, Alex Segbefia and the Attorney General, over his three vehicles which were said to have miraculously vanished from the Tema Port. (Stolen by Carl Wilson)

Not even the interventions of Vice President John Mahama, National Security Advisor Joseph Nunoo-Mensah , Head of Communications at the Presidency Koku Anyodoho and Nii Lantey Vanderpuye could make Alex Segbefia and his brother in-law, Carl Wilson, mellow down, because they have taken the laws in the country into their own hands.

And since the so-called father for all, “RESIDENT” Mills too will begin to “look for water after the rain fall”, the country is turning to an ANIMAL KINGDOM. Only the strongest and the poisonous can survive.

“Most of the people who point accusing fingers are as guilty as the people they accuse”.

How and where are the Ghanaian people heading towards? “A Better Ghana or A Bully Ghana”?

FRANCIS TAWIAH (Duisburg – Germany)

Columnist: Tawiah, Francis