Propaganda, not substitute for competence

Sun, 2 Dec 2012 Source: Owusu-Nkwantabisa, Nana

I have observed that as we approach December 7, 2012, the articles fabricating lies about Nana Akuffo-Addo’s temperament; the differences between Asantes and Akyems; Rawlings being sent to the Hague, have resurfaced. Koku Anyidoho and his Ablakwa pal can’t seem to desist from the old Communist Inferior Tactics. Some Ghanaians may fall for it but it is not lost on the astute that these are desperate measures. But Koku, the Informer, does not believe that Ghanaians are astute. He chooses to insult our intelligence.

My advice to the NDC as well as the NPP is that, there is no substitute for competence. You have 4 years to prove that you will put Ghana and Ghanaians first. If you don’t, and you place your priorities elsewhere as in pillage/propaganda (NDC), and intra-party fighting (NPP in 2008), you will lose. Ghanaians must revel in the power of the ballot box and use elections to register their discontent with government.

Mahama and his evil dwarfs and babies with sharp teeth were the brains behind Agya-Atta’s ineffective government for the past 4 years. Do not reward them for incompetence. Teach them a lesson and they will learn like the NPP have over the past 4 years.

Columnist: Owusu-Nkwantabisa, Nana