.... to the Supreme Court by Dreams
I wonder why it keeps occurring to me the importance of emphasising a dream or two in relation to Election 2012, to all Ghanaians the world over. Among several anticipatory dreams and prophesies confirming Nana Akuffo-Addo's victory in the elections, even though now in doubt, at least one appears more credible to me. I have at length spoken and written about one, mentioned the other in passing, and will add a new one.
I am desirous of putting both dreams to test, and then assess their final credibility. It will also assist the dreamers to assure themselves of the certainty of the interpretations of their dreams. Who tells you they are already not sure of how their dreams turn out, Rockson? Will they by their dreams become eventual soothsayers, full of pride about the unfailing interpretations to their dreams? They do not necessarily aspire for fortuneteller status.
The first dream by one Kofi Basoah of Asante-Juaben which, unfolding events seem to give credence to, can be found on Ghanaweb under feature articles published on Saturday 15th December 2012 titled, "NPP must be Resolute in their Fight to Ensure Justice is done".(http://www.ghanaweb.com/GhanaHomePage/features/artikel.php?ID=259383). I do not see myself repeating the very content of the dream here since it has witnessed extensive elaborations in most of my subsequent articles.
The next dream of interest that comes to strengthen my personal belief in the action taken by the NPP following the obvious rigging of Elections 2012 in favour of John Dramani Mahama and the NDC is the underneath story. This person's dreams always come true but in opposite manner. For example, when you have an exam pending and he dreams about you failing, then in reality, you will pass the exams. Nevertheless, when he dreams that you have passed the exam, you will surely fail it. This is how he has been interpreting his dreams all along, all these years.
In his most recent dream that he had about three days ago, he saw Nana Akuffo-Addo with three other people in a taxi. They were clad in mourning gear weeping. This was after the verdict pronounced by the Supreme Court on the NPP's petition about the electoral fraud you and I, are aware of, as having allegedly taken place during elections 2012. The verdict had gone against them hence, the wailing and gnashing of teeth by those seen in the taxi. As his dreams always come true but in reversal, he believes with absolute certainty that Nana Akuffo-Addo will emerge victorious. Victory will in real case situation be Nana Akuffo-Addo's and the cries seen in the dream will be all smiles on his face.
Now, I take these two dreamers to task on the veracity of their dreams. We cannot hold them to account should the dreams manifest contrary to expectation and usual interpretation. They are dead sure about their dream and its interpretation. However, I will encourage all NPP faithful, sympathisers and all discerning Ghanaians to rally support for Nana Akuffo-Addo and his brigade pursuing justice vis-à-vis election 2012 results.
The NDC are as usual assembling their arsenal of rented press and men to come out to throw not only dust but also, pebbles rubbed in pepper into our eyes. Surely, Kwesi Pratt has taken the lead to fire a volley of unsubstantiated allegations against the NPP and all rational Ghanaians. The NDC are shivering with cold chill sent down their spine. Least did they know that their usual election rigging will be challenged vehemently this time around. All their efforts mounted to throw NPP off course emanate from their underlying guilt.
I am curiously waiting on the Supreme Court to ascertain the credibility of the interpretations of dreams by the aforementioned dreamers.
I personally believe, and have greater respect for Peter Tosh's "Equal Rights" lyrics - "I don't want no peace, yes…Equal rights and justice"
DJ Sarkodie Ababio of Sources radio - UK, over to you. I extend my Happy New Year greetings to Kofi Basoah and the other unmentioned dreamer. Thank you to you both for keeping our hope aflame.
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