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Letter From The President: Another Ministerial musical chairs

Fri, 21 Jan 2005 Source: J. A. Fukuor/Daily Dispatch

Countrymen and women, loyalists and opponents, bootlickers and praise singers,
I have done it again. You see, I am the only one in this country who can make these ?too known?, overbearing and incompetent ministers of state gnash their teeth and snap their fingers in agony and anxiety. I am the only one who can clip their wings and bring them down to earth. Yes. That?s why I call myself the Excellent One. I am almost like God, you know. I can change people?s destinies. And that?s exactly what I?ve done over the past week with yet another ministerial musical chairs.

I am amused by the various explanations that have been offered for my ministerial appointments. It?s amazing that instead of concentrating on earning their meager daily bread or ?banku', the citizens of Sikaman have all of a sudden become analysts of presidential actions and inactions. This is very good. Please keep it.

Countrymen and women, loyalists and opponents, bootlickers and praise singers,
I have done it again. You see, I am the only one in this country who can make these ?too known?, overbearing and incompetent ministers of state gnash their teeth and snap their fingers in agony and anxiety. I am the only one who can clip their wings and bring them down to earth. Yes. That?s why I call myself the Excellent One. I am almost like God, you know. I can change people?s destinies. And that?s exactly what I?ve done over the past week with yet another ministerial musical chairs.

I am amused by the various explanations that have been offered for my ministerial appointments. It?s amazing that instead of concentrating on earning their meager daily bread or ?banku', the citizens of Sikaman have all of a sudden become analysts of presidential actions and inactions. This is very good. Please keep it.

Columnist: J. A. Fukuor/Daily Dispatch