Resorting to Flippant “Ede bii Keke” Policies to Govern a Nation – Wonderful!

Wed, 6 Aug 2014 Source: Adofo, Rockson

When the Big Minds had better plans and policies to govern Ghana successfully, the lackeys with little minds were seriously deceiving Ghanaians. They embarked on negative campaigning, assiduously rubbishing all the intended good policies by the tested competent persons – the Big Minds.

The NDC, led by then Vice President John Dramani Mahama, decidedly resorted to acts of criminality to hopefully win the elections. They came out with a completely senseless populist slogan, “Ede bii keke”, as the trademark of their campaign to fool Ghanaians.

Until today, the NDC and President Mahama, cannot convincingly explain what they honestly meant by that slogan. In fact, they had meant to tell Ghanaians they were simply coming to “chop chop” Ghana’s money, thus, “Me be dii bi keke”. However, they either erroneously or intentionally ended up with “Ede bii keke”, to conceal their very intention of coming to embezzle Ghana’s money “waa waa”. And it is exactly what they have been doing since they ascended to power, ganging up to create, loot and share Ghana’s limited financial resources.

With their evil mind, lack of foresight and inability to plan sensibly, but full to the brim with corrupt practices, they have sunk the nation’s economy deep down an abyss. Their infatuation with corruption that surpasses common sense, coupled with their glaringly exhibited incompetence, has thrown Ghana out of gear, and out of course, of economic emancipation.

Everyone in the country, except those directly benefiting from the institutional corruption in implementation by the Atta Mills/John Mahama and John Mahama/Arthur Amissah NDC-led governments, is crying. They are all finding themselves in hot financial waters.

No economic policies, sound or otherwise, can extricate Ghana from her current dire financial straits until the incompetency, corruptibility and lack of farsightedness by the John Mahama NDC government are completely eschewed. All those “evil dwarfs, sycophantic bastards and babies with sharp Dracula fangs” (courtesy to former President J. J. Rawlings), full of propensity to misappropriate public funds must be out of government before Ghana can see the benefits of any would-be implemented sound economic policies.

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) cannot successfully bail Ghana out of her current economic mess unless the rogues in government change their abysmal attitudes for the better. The IMF coming in with their usual imposed conditionality will even worsen the plight of the ordinary Ghanaians. They will obligatorily require the government to waive all government subsidies on anything that one can think of. Even with little subsidies in place, Ghanaians are crying. What will become of their situation without subsidies at all?

We are in this total mess today all because of the lazy, crazy, myopic and damnable thievery policies in pursuant by the NDC government, all in the name of “Ede bii keke”.

With the likes of Alfred Agbesi Woyome and Ibrahim Mahama, alias Pepeni No. 1 and Tanii no. 2, sauntering in the corridors of power, what do Ghanaians expect to gain from the government? Nothing! These selfish crooks will voraciously, insatiably amass all the wealth of the nation for themselves, leaving nothing for others.

I am waiting to hear the date that Ibrahim Mahama’s libel case against Bernard Antwi Boasiako, alias Chairman Wontumi, is coming on. I am preparing to take him on in the media. I shall not rest while these crooks take us for ransom. They threaten us with civil suits when we mention their evil actions against the State and the citizenry. Regardless, the fearless one from Kumawu/Asiampa will take them on, holding the bull by the horn.

I dedicate this write up to all good thinking Ghanaians readying to boot out the corrupt NDC government from power. Enough with their roguishness!

Rockson Adofo

Columnist: Adofo, Rockson