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Thursday, September 5, 2013


Read Article; Alan must give Akufo-Addo a 3rd chance – F.F. Anto,
General News of Thursday, 5 September 2013, Source: radioxyzonline.com


Author: Nana Akyea Mensah, The Odikro.
Date: 2013-09-05 12:45:01

a companion of the black star!

Akufo-Addo has so many unanswered questions hanging on his head. His much talked about history of drug abuse is one he was never able to deal with. Attempts by others to help him out even made matters worse. the most interesting of them was when ex-President Kufour came out with the bombshell: "Do not judge Akufo-Addo by his past"!

Dr. Arthur Kennedy also tried in vain to exonerate him with the claim that, as a qualified medical officer, he had examined Nana Akufo-Addo with his bare eyes and "did not find a drop of cocaine in his blood"!

Even though Akufo-Addo knows how to write petitions, he has failed to petition Oxford University to come out with the official reasons why he was dismissed from Oxford in 1962, thereby fuelling speculations that he was dismissed for smoking wee on university campus.

The question many people are asking is when he stopped smoking marijuana, since he would be seen twenty years later in a "wake n bake" scandal revealed by the Wikileaks that he smoked marijuana, fist thing in the morning!

If these rumours are true, can we trust such a President to soberly preside over the delicate and complex affairs of the state? Can Ghanaians really entrust their destiny in his hands? How do you feel being a passenger of a car woith a drunken driver?

Akufo-Addo must give us a break! He just made a mistake in believing that he has been ordained to rule over us! At the last time I checked, Ghana was still a democracy. and only Ghanaians ordain who must rule over them! The way he handled his "all die be die" campaign makes it clear he is not fit to get anywhere near the Presidency!

He must take a permanent retirement and allow the NPP to learn the correct lessons for their defeat! He needs to stop the disgusting narrative that anyone cheated him. He was unable to win because of the perceived arrogance, mediocrity, ethnocentric comments and behaviour of most of his inner-circle members, and his general comportment as a warlord rather than a flag-bearer of a political party!

I am no fan of Alan Cash, but any other person would be better than Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo! He must give us a break! That is an order!


Pur'gu Saarpe!, Esq.,
Secretary to The Odikro.

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