Robots Call (A Ghanaian Letter) Part I

Dear Sir / Madame

A few days ago I came into contact with an incident that did not only change my perception on ideas and or opinions but reaffirmed my position on the latter. I discuss with people about certain subjects mostly on the need for social reforms, the dignity of the Ghanaian citizenship, security, the importance of the rule of law and the need to aspire for a better future for all Ghanaian born and unborn but never have I dared to publish them online as a blog or an article.

If you are obtuse by this post already then, ” I am talking about politics”.

Ghana is a country very much admired by all who has heard of it morocco on the other hand leads Ghana on the popular vote campaign. But i take more pride in the fact that, Ghana although is smaller in comparison, is the United People of Africa. I call her so because she has approximately 200 different languages with about a 100 different tribes coming together to establish her successes & failures. Small in size she is very grand in composition.

I could go continuously for hours boring you with all the good sides of Mother Ghana without telling you every so called good life is pure fallacy. I took the liberty to read the Ghanaian Constitution it struck me more think, “what in the hell have we been doing all this time”.

Certainly, i was swift to put the blame on the old leaders whose constant failures has led a country that was said to be more than 10 times richer than China come to her knees and beg from China. Trust me, it ain’t getting better.

In Ghana today, you would find that in general the adults are teaching the youth their failed way of life. I barely meet an honest person poised to uphold the good name of of the country. In fact, I see the intellect waste their breath on the aspirations of a bogos society that teaches her future children to lie continuously, backbite daily san cease as well as practice to become perfect in corruption. One would be shocked at the lack of understanding on simple matters that calls for nothing but mere common sense.

You would be more amazed at the youth’s interest in pursuing a promiscuous life than great aspirations, great endeavours, genuine interest the economy as well as politics. What you would find is everyone is compromised. The youth who are the future of the country are raped mentally as the aging crooked politicians bribe and excite them to play DIRTY POLITICS.

The truthful pain is these mentally molested shortsighted individual will grow up and continue the convenance that was thought to them in their youthful days.

Borrowing, spending, corruption, kickbacks, backbiting, lying, deceiving, rebuff constitution, increase in poverty rate, theft…an infinite list. The hopelessness of the watchers are not seen and that of the mother selling smoked fish to put her children through university is ignored although smoked fish is a favorite part of our gastronomy.

Its not all……

Come back later for the Robots Call( A Ghanaian Letter) PART II