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Feature Article of Wednesday, 27 February 2013

Columnist: Adofo, Rockson

NPP at Crossroads but Hear ye the…..

The NPP with all discerning Ghanaians are at crossroads in the current political situation in Ghana. The situation of the NPP and the fate of Nana Akuffo-Addo are seemingly becoming precarious by the day with the incessant noisy ticking of the clock. The repetitive diabolical distractions by Dr. Wereko Brobbey and Mr. Kwame Pianim in pursuit of their selfish parochial interests are adding insults to injuries.

However dreadful the situation appears, I admonish the NPP faithful to remain faithful to the course of action Nana Akuffo-Addo, Dr. Bawumia and Jake Obetsebi-Lamptey are pursuing. There is light at the end of the tunnel. I have faith in God, through the revelation he made to one KOFI BASOAH in Asante-Juaben in a dream. A voice was heard by Kofi Basoah asking him to tell the NPP faithful to remain RESOLUTE after it had been confirmed in the dream that Nana Akuffo-Addo though would win the election, the NDC would steal it from him. He had this dream two weeks to the Election Day. I made his dream known to many in Kumawu before the election took place.

Miraculously, the situational development in Ghana with regard to election 2012 is exactly as revealed and told to Kofi Basoah. With perseverance, resolute determination and hope, the dream will come to pass. The good people of Ghana should shun the mischievous attitudes and plans put up by some rented corruptible bigots like Dr. Wereko Brobbey and Co. Wereko Brobbey appears to be doing the dirty job he is doing to be seen in a good light by the NDC after his cock-up and perceived committals of corruption at CAN 2008. Does he want to be employed by John Mahama to restart inflicting his corrupt practices on Ghana?

If he does not believe in the legal pursuit by Nana Akuffo-Addo and Co. to ensuring justice is done to Ghanaians, then it is his own cup of tea. If he was wise, he would know that the recent spate of thefts of election 2012 related documents and equipment speak volumes about how the election went, thus, rigged in favour of John Mahama. Is he aware or not, of the difficulty by Dr. Kwadwo Afari-Gyan to account for 241,524 names on the voter register?

If the alleged irregularities that occurred at over 11,000 polling stations were not true, the NDC would long have come out trumpeting over the hills and in the valleys the falsity of the NPP's claim, how it is devoid of credibility based on evidence in their hands. If they are keeping silence, with all the raids of offices and the theft of election 2012 related documents and materials going on, Dr. Wereko Brobbey should know better. Unless he is choosing to stay idiotic, his common sense should tell him otherwise. He had better not act silly as he currently appears to be doing, a PhD degree holder.

He is in the same vein giving false hopes to the NDC that the NPP camp is divided and that a divided Kingdom cannot stand. The NPP are to STAY RESOLUTE until the battle is won. This is all the advice I can give following the never failing dreams by KOFI BASOAH. Wereko Brobbey should familiarise himself with the intelligent questions I raise in my write-ups to cease behaving irresponsibly as he does. It is a disgrace for him as old as he is to act foolishly as he does. Whatever his personal animosity towards Nana Akuffo-Addo or whomever, does not permit the level of ignorance and complete stupidity as he is currently portraying. His attitudes stink!

I am sure he is not intending to influence the Supreme Court judges against Nana Akuffo-Addo and Co by his ridiculous utterances. If that is his objective, then he has failed many years ago. The Supreme Court will base their judgment on the availability and the credibility of evidence which, Nana Akuffo-Addo and his colleagues have in abundance.

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