The Fight to Unravel the Truth about Election 2012 results

Mon, 31 Dec 2012 Source: Adofo, Rockson

... has Begun in Earnest

"When the die is cast, there is no turning back" The NPP leadership has finally, on Friday 28th December 2012, filed a petition at the Supreme Court to challenge the outcome of December 7, 2012 presidential results. They believe, same as I do, that the declared presidential results by the Chairman of the Electoral Commission, Dr. Kwadwo Afari-Gyan, do not reflect the correct verdict as voted for by the majority of Ghanaians. The results were doctored or massaged in favour of the supposedly President-elect, John Dramani Mahama. The petition seeks the nullification of the declaration of the winning results in favour of Mahama and the possible overturning of the results in favour of Nana Akuffo-Addo.

The true state of both the Presidential and parliamentary results will surely unravel as the Supreme Court judges leaf through or scrutinize the evidential facts the NPP leadership will present before them during the hearing and the deliberation of the alleged electoral fraud in favour of John Dramani Mahama.

The judges are there only to tell the truth; declare a verdict based on proven evidence. They should not base their judgment on emotion, nepotism or the usual Ghanaian "Enye hwee, gyae ma enka. Fa ma Nyame" dictum. Because we require the prevalence of peace at all time and Ghana being a peace-loving country, we should always leave things as they first occur however unjust and bad they are. Searching for peace based on the usual infantile, non-progressive philosophy of "Enye hwee, gyae ma enka. Fa ma Nyame" will not do anyone any good. Ghanaians are yearning for JUSTICE, nothing but the absolute truth about the Election 2012 results.

Now is the time of putting to test the dream by one Kofi Basoah from Asante-Juaben. To me, the veracity of his dream is what is seemingly on trial now. His dream revealed Nana Akuffo-Addo would win the election but the NDC would rob him of his win. An invisible but audible voice in the dream told him three times to ask the NPP to be RESOLUTE upon which Nana Akuffo-Addo would emerge the eventual winner.

The NPP in their resolute determination to proceed to court to prove their case is exactly what that invisible face but audible voice asked the NPP to do. I made this dream known to people about two weeks before Ghana held the election. From the current trend of affairs, I can conclusively say that Kofi Basoah's dream is about to be fulfilled in line with God's purpose for Ghanaians, NPP and Nana Dankwah Akuffo-Addo, alias "Obuggie". That voice might be the voice of the invincible God Almighty, Jesus Christ, The Holy Ghost or one of the Celestial beings.

A young married woman of three children also had two dreams in both of which Nana Addo had won the elections. These dreams took place well before Ghana held the December 7, 2012 elections.

I am more into Kofi Basoah's dreams that are unfolding exactly as seen in the dreams. This goes to conclude that with the resolute determination by the NPP to see that justice is done to the good people of Ghana; the Court will proclaim Nana Akuffo-Addo the next President of Ghana in line with the request made by that invisible face but audible voice. Kofi Basoah is on course to make a history.

NPP is also on course to make a history in Ghana's democracy. Kwesi Pratt will live to witness how the judges of integrity will overturn Election 2012 results that Afari-Gyan rigged in favour of his NDC paymaster.

I wish all my readers a Prosperous New Year with Nana Akuffo-Addo declared the President of Ghana. Success is on his side. Ghanaians will note that it does not pay to rig elections. Elections must always be free and fair regardless the circumstances!

DJ Sources of Sources radio UK FM96.3; please play "Equal Rights" song by Peter Tosh on air at least twelve times a day for me. It is a revealed effective weapon to use by the NPP, Nana Akuffo-Addo and the good people of Ghana in addition to the gathered hard proofs/evidence to win Elections 2012. JUSTICE is all that we need!

I am too tired to continue writing any further. I need to make it to bed. However, let us all stay wide-awake and rally behind the good cause of finding out the absolute truth about Election 2012 results.

Rockson Adofo

Columnist: Adofo, Rockson