... for Daring to Interrogate Dr. Kwabena Adjei Over his "Many Ways to Kill a Cat" Statement.
Mr. Kwesi Pratt, a renowned Ghanaian social commentator and critic walks down the
red carpet into the auditorium. He continues up the aisle to the podium to give a
talk on the perceived politicization cum recent senselessness of the Ghana police.
All those present give him a standing ovation. In the next moment, all goes quiet
and a minute silence is observed in tribute to the three Accra High Court judges and
a retired army Major murdered in cold blood by the Rawlings' defunct PNDC military
regime on 30th June 1982.
Have I forgotten that it's said, "Speech is silver; Silence is golden?" Do the wise
people not also say, "Patience is virtue?" Yes, the sayings are all true but after
days of cogitation, I have decided to break my silence. For how long should I remain
silent when supposed intellectuals who should have known better are rather throwing
dust into the eyes of Ghanaians randomly, and to be more precise, absurdly? Many a
time have we allowed them to get away with their utter display of ignorance which
though to them, is the way forward in the pursuit of their perceived better agenda
for moving Ghana forward. Should you and I continue to bury our heads in the sand as
does the lackadaisical nonchalant Ostrich while being asphyxiated, or, our very
backyard set on fire?
To set the record straight, I have decided to analyse the recent self-serving
comments made by both Messrs Kwesi Pratt aka "Mr. Know All" and Kofi Adams. These
two Drama queens have by their comments not only insulted the intelligence of
discerning Ghanaians, but flouted an aspect of the Nation's Constitution of which
they had once gleefully availed themselves of, or, supported its usage. They have
also laid bare to the whole world their hollow-mindedness, social and political
biases, and lack of intellectual appreciation of sensitive issues. They continually
behave as though their brains are starved of oxygen supply, making them feel dizzy
and hallucinate at the same time.
It must be noted that not long ago, Mr. Kwabena Adjei, the Chairman of the NDC, had
threatened that if the judiciary did not clean up itself, the NDC will not hesitate
to purge it. He had emphasized on his resolute determination to drastically deal
with the judiciary by the quotation of the dictum, "There are many ways to kill a
cat" Many NDC sympathisers, activists and gurus as abhorrent as they are, have
rallied around Kwabena Adjei in support of his issued threats. Many of same persons
in attempt to make light Kwabena's threatening statements have shown how
intellectually deficient they are. Some are saying Kwabena's statement of, "There
are many ways to kill a cat" is only figurative. Excellent! Be that as it may, then
his remark was a figurative boomerang.
My noble Kwesi Pratt, a self-appointed notorious social commentator, has the
following to say when the police finally extended invitation to Kwabena Adjei for
questioning, and clarification of his issued statement to purge the judiciary. “For
me the real substantial…issue is the invitation allegedly extended to Dr. Kwabena
Adjei by the police. I am highly disappointed…if somebody went to the police today,
and told the police to arrest me because I’m drinking a bottle of Voltic water, will
the police arrest me? Tell me, will the police arrest me? No crime has been
committed! The police have no business inviting Dr. Kwabena Adjei. Why…, what is the
basis of the crime Dr Kwabena Adjei has committed? What crime has he committed?” Mr.
Kwesi Pratt asked.
I never knew Kwesi Pratt could be that senseless to make such a moot point
statement. His analogical defence statement in support of Kwabena Adjei is as
asymmetrical as it is preposterous. Firstly, it should be noted that Kwabena Adjei
felt himself aggrieved because all the vindictive high profile political cases his
NDC party and government had brought against the NPP have failed. In his warped mind
and judgment, he could see the judiciary being biased towards the ruling NDC
government hence their immense catalogue of suffered court failures. To camouflage
their incompetence and lack of legal know-how, the NDC executives had in unison
decided to deal the judiciary a blow they will never forget. Lawless as they have
always been, they thought to be able to bend and break the judiciary somehow. Bear
in mind that, "Lawless are they that make their wills their law". "If the government
becomes a law breaker, it breeds contempt for the law; it invites everyman
to become a law unto himself; it invites anarchy" Secondly, Kwabena Adjei's
statement should not be taken at its figurative face value. There is more to it. He
had intended malice. "Once bitten, twice shy" Was it not on 30th June 1982 that
three High Court judges and a retired army officer were murdered in cold blood by
same people who are now the bulk and backbone of the NDC?
I am assuring Kwesi Pratt that he will not be arrested when drinking a bottle of
Voltic water because such act does not fall under the crime of "causing panic and
spreading fear in public". But if drinking a bottle of Voltic water was, he would
surely be arrested. Do we have to wait for Kwabena Adjei and his bunch of vampires
to cleanse the judiciary before acting, in which case it may be too late? Is
prevention not better than cure? Am I not hearing the words, "To be forewarned is to
be forearmed?" Once many are alarmed at his fatuous statement, it is sufficient
proof that his untimely statement has actually caused panic and spread fear among
the Ghanaian public. It sent a chill up my spine so I strongly agree with those
asking the police to arrest him. Do we sit on our arse doing nothing for some
"atetenkuna" to overwhelm us with the visitation of their diabolical intents? The
answer is a NO.
Why is Rawlings alleged to be shadowed by the security operatives? Is it not because
he is seen to present imminent danger to the public and the nation at large judging
from his expressed atrocious views? Has he simply by his comments committed any
crime to merit such covert monitoring? Normally no, but by same tendencies, he once
succeeded in staging a coup d'état against the Limann's PNP government on 31st
December 1981. This requires that any ill-intended statement made by any person who
has once committed a repugnant act against a person or group of persons, must be
accorded the requisite seriousness. Did not the PNDC government of Former President
J.J. Rawlings kill some three High Court judges on 30th June 1982 based on similar
reasons as being advanced by Kwabena Adjei? Are not the people in NDC today in the
PNDC of yesteryears? Are they not then able to execute their threats as they did
many years ago? Assuming we lack the retentive memory to
remember what happened in the 1980s, can't we take a clue from all that the current
NDC government's foot-soldiers are doing, unleashing hell on Ghanaians?
Let me remind Kwabena Adjei of the pain "cleansing" did to the majority Hutus and
the minority Tutsis of Rwanda, and to the Kosovos of former Yugoslavia. What is the
proof that he had not intended to visit the pain of 1982 on the judiciary? How had
he and the NDC executive planned to go about their cleansing of the judiciary, if it
wasn't to kill, maim, or to intimidate them somehow, I want Kwabena Adjei, Kwesi
Pratt and Kofi Adams to explain that to me?
Kwesi Pratt should understand that if he issues statements or threats that he was
going to contaminate the water supply to an area in say Accra, with lethal agents,
he will be arrested even though the act may not yet have been executed. Do we sit
down as nincompoops for him to contaminate the water, get people killed, before we
react at which time the harm may have been caused and lives lost? We need to be
proactive to always nib the problem in the bud. Again, the crime that has been
committed by Kwabena Adjei is that he has unsettled the Ghanaian public by his
threats or else, he wouldn't have received that amount of public bashing.
Kwesi Pratt is being told that if he were to come to the USA or the UK today, to
jokingly announce to fellow passengers aboard a plane or a bus that he is carrying
a bomb on his person which he will not hesitate to detonate were they to continue to
get on his nerves, he will be arrested. He will be handcuffed and frog-marched to
the police station for interrogation and incarceration. Is there any committal of
crime in his false alarm raised? Yes; but to him he wouldn't expect to be arrested
until he has physically detonated his bomb, killing and maiming some fellow
passengers. Until he sees heads decapitated, limbs scattered all about and blood
splattered all over, he has committed no crime worthy of arrest.
Kofi Adams, another unintelligent bootlicker has this to say in support of the NDC
National Chairman, Dr. Kwabena Adjei, “Per our constitution, any idiot can file a
complaint.” In apparent reference to the pressure group, Mr. Adams said after an
“idiot” filed a complaint, the police were enjoined to “listen to the person against
whom the complaint” had been made". It must be noted that this gentleman complained
to the police about Nana Darkwah, led them to arrest him from an Accra FM radio
station's studio after he, Nana Darkwah, had alleged on air that Former President
Avaklasu J.J. Rawlings caused the conflagration that gutted the Rawlingses' house at
Ridge on the night of 14 February 2010. Is he not himself the leader of the
purported idiots the Constitution empowers to file complaints as and when they like,
going by the logic of his statement? This guy has never made any sense to me
whenever he opens his oral cavity. He is the one who
started that nonsensical politicization of the Ghana police in what has become
infamous "causing harm and spreading fear/panic in public"
When the dagger turns on the perpetrator, they begin to cry foul. “Verily, the death
from which you flee will surely meet you ... The end of life is the same for all,
for they all die..." Arrest Dr. Kwabena Adjei now! Or, discharge all those being
held for "causing harm and spreading fear/panic in public"
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