Our forefathers advised us to lose everything but we have to protect and maintain the state – Ghana.
Ex President Mahama’s quest to become president again has rendered him betraying Ghana to foreign nationals.
This act is a threat to national security.
Has this ever happened in any country before? Absolutely NOT!
Where on earth will a former president organize foreign nationals to demonstrate to them the porosity and lapses in our security system.
John Mahama being ex President should know better that this act is treacherous to the survival and the sustainability of Ghana’s sovereignty and supremacy.
Is he being a hypocrite or over ambitious?
In as much as we condemn the Ayawaso West Wuogon by-election incidence, we must also ask whether Mahama has the credibility to cry over electoral violence.
Was he (Mahama) not the President when Amanfi West and Talensi by-elections we held in Ghana?
Didn’t we witness the worst of what he is crying about?
God bless our homeland Ghana and protect it from the hands of selfish beings.
Obrempong-Nana Kwaku Ampomah is a native of Abompe in the Eastern Region and has lived in Anyinam and Asamang Tamfoe in Eastern Region and Kumasi, Ashanti Region, from 1996 to 2005, 2005 to 2015 and 2015 to date respectively. Since 2016, Obrempong-Nana has been a freelance journalist
and responsible for Fishing for stories to feed a host of radio and TV stations like UTV, Kumasi fm, Ahotor fm, Adehye fm, Abusua fm, Kings Radio, Otec fm, Metro fm, Power fm, Good life fm, Eastern fm, Kingdom fm, Adoa TV, Ashh fm, solid fm, Today's radio, just for few, across the country. He's currently the host of the following programs, Asɛm Yi Di Ka, Time With The Priest and Hwɛ Mmra No Mu on YOA Radio, an online Radio based in Accra-Ghana. He's also the CEO Obrempong-Nana Media. He's much interested in writing Articles and Script Editing. His bi-cultural background and focus on community collaboration has led
him to a number of volunteer opportunities and community leadership roles.
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