Jean Mensa is showing paranoid schizophrenia symptoms

Mensa Jean Mensa EC Chairperson Jean Adukwei Mensa, Chairperson of the EC

Fri, 26 Aug 2022 Source: Joel Savage

I'm not a psychologist, but observing people's behavior and weird actions might quickly indicate whether a person is haunted or simply starting to experience serious problems that are harming his psychological well-being. As soon as I read Asiedu Nketia's assertions that the president of the Electoral Commission brought spiritualists to cast spells before the IPAC meeting, I realized something wasn't right.

While Madam Mensa is hiding something from the public, her family, including her husband, can attest that she hasn't been the same person since the 2020 elections, which not only affected the lives of eligible voters and concerned Ghanaians but also some people lost their lives and currently, corruption and incompetency have brought untold hardships for regular Ghanaians without any solution.

One of the five basic subtypes of paranoid schizophrenia is characterized by severe paranoia that frequently coexists with delusions and hallucinations. The majority of paranoid schizophrenia sufferers experience auditory hallucinations, such as hearing voices, and they may have beliefs that others are plotting against them. People who begin acting in ways similar to Jean Mensa are ill.

Psychologically depressed, they can think that their friends are planning to poison them. People who have this illness could spend a lot of time attempting to come up with strategies to defend themselves against people they think are trying to harm them.

According to Johnson Asiedu Nketia, general secretary of the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC), Jean Mensa, the head of the Electoral Commission, once called in some spiritualists to cast spells to cast demons at an IPAC meeting. Why would the EC boss invite a spiritualist before the meeting, if the claim is true? The answer is simple; the Electoral Commission boss is suffering from Paranoid Schizophrenia

People suffering from Paranoid Schizophrenia start acting strangely. They can’t control their personal problems and, therefore, act weirdly. They get into arguments with their neighbors, have problems at home, and strange things keep happening that are unpleasant, like the key getting misplaced or the phone breaking down.

Someone could claim that this is just a coincidence, but it seems more like an unseen force is attempting to destroy someone's life and drown them in vanity. Jean Mensa now feels as though the universe is conspiring against her.

As was already mentioned, Jean Mensa hasn't been herself since the 2020 elections. People in positions of power, especially politicians like the president, are able to disobey the law without suffering any consequences because of Ghana's faulty legal system. Why some people want to harm the vulnerable while avoiding their punishment is something I find hard to understand.

We live in a strange society where both the wealthy and the poor commit suicide at the same moment that both the new and the old leaves fall from the tree. You will never understand why someone with everything commits suicide. Only the victim, or sometimes a close friend or family member, is aware of what is upsetting them.

I occasionally like to use some of these wonderful Akan or Ghanaian proverbs in my writing. One of them reads, "When you are not born a king and you put on a crown, people will start to laugh at you." I'm not sure I've had it right. Because Akufo Addo was forced to become president following the 2020 elections, which he didn't win, he is now being mocked by the majority of Ghanaians. The president shouldn't pretend he doesn't know about that.

The majority of Ghanaians completely rejected the president because of his appalling performance during his first four years in office, but because tribalism is also thicker than water, Ghanaians backed the campaign slogan "Four more years for Nana." That has now emerged as Ghana's largest misfortune in modern times. What's more remarkable is that the unrepentant president only recently declared that he will use every effort to win the 2024 election.

Anyone who believes there are no repercussions for our actions may be a complete fool. Our activities have an effect on society, either immediately or over time. All of the current global climate challenges are caused by human activity, starting on land and expanding out to the ocean. The roots of these issues can be easily identified.

Jean Mensa is now suffering as a result of what she did, which even resulted in the killing of innocent people, the unprecedented hardships that have befallen Ghanaians, the debt that this particular government has accumulated without being held accountable, and those who have lost their jobs and lives both before and after the failed E-Levy. Curses from people deeply hurt by Akufo Addo and Jean Mensa will follow them till the end of their lives.

Ghanaians will be startled to learn that Nana Akufo Addo also suffers from the same condition as Jean Mensa, which I will refer to as "Paranoid Schizophrenia." The president doesn't look like himself and occasionally even appears to be an extraterrestrial. Some of his most recent pictures of himself in his advanced age are weird or terrible. The man is not himself because he is being bothered by something.

To ensure his protection, Akufo Addo has lined up corrupt Supreme Court justices. Despite all that he has done for the police and the army to protect him, including the appointment of journalists to paint white his criminal activities, Akufo Addo is unhappy because he did not legitimately win the presidency.

What Akufo Addo should know is that if he believes that greed and power are the most important things he needed to be in power, every curse pronounced by the majority of Ghanaians he has deeply hurt will follow him because the negative actions that he thinks benefit him are tools being crafted that are harming the majority of Ghanaians.

The president, Nana Akufo Addo, has failed to accept responsibility and accountability for anything he does, and Jean Mensah acts in a similar manner. She didn't even show up in the witness box to explain to Ghanaians why the election results had such odd numbers. Akufo Addo and Jean Mensa are both in pain, but the situation is far from done.

More controversies and corruption scandals will affect the president, Nana Akufo Addo, before the election in 2024. He should pray fervently to be well before 2024 if he truly believes in God because the spiritualists he depends on are fake and liars.

Those who know me will concur that despite the fact that everything I say or write about comes to pass, I have repeatedly insisted that I am not a prophet. I'm accurate because I assess and examine the political landscape in Ghana, and like someone gazing into a crystal ball, I anticipate the worst extreme hardships occurring before Ghanaians.

A significant mental condition requiring psychiatric care could easily develop from the spiritual problems Jean Mensah is currently experiencing. I shall advise her family to keep a tight eye on her as a result. They shouldn't undervalue this article because seriously paranoid schizophrenia patients are capable of leaving their homes alone in the middle of the night and going down the street without being aware that they did so.

Columnist: Joel Savage