I really don’t care about what the heck you have to say about my estimation when it comes to Ghana—because, you are probably one of the many jokers holding the Ghanaian citizenship train in total absurdity, making it lack the needed oxygen of common sense…
Few months ago, I tried selling Ghana to the Chinese with America and the Koreans in mind but no one was interested—including the Chinese who are known for buying everything defined as ‘garbage’.
Even to the Chinese, Ghana is not worth the status of garbage—worth their buying or consideration; and if you missed the article in which I listed Ghana on eBay for sale, CLICK HERE to READ.
Ghana may have a lot of mineral resources and therefore referring to such a country as worthless may sound a little confusing to you but the truth is; it’s not what is buried underground that makes a land worthy of anything in any contemporary discussion of wealth creation—instead it’s the various capabilities of those in charge of land supported by the underworld of minerals.
There are countless countries out there with little or no natural resource but are far worthy than countries like Ghana which have all the things we’ve come to know as ‘expensive stones and liquid’. A typical example of the former is England—a clear indication that, it is the people who live on the land that create its wealth and worth.
A land occupied by animals like the Amazon forest may have a lot of natural resources beneath the surface but these animals cannot really make anything out of the land—and without being contemptuous, I can say Ghana’s situation can be rightly confused with the Amazon forest example.
Ghana is a pure JOKE to some of us—and anyone who wants to debate this should take me on. I know for certain no sane person will dare to take up this challenge. No good arguments can displace certain things because they are not falsifiable—and Ghana being a joke is one of these things.
Earlier this month, Madagascar’s Government resigned over their own version of ‘Dumsor Dumsor’. The Prime Minister and the Government’s resignation came following weeks of heavy protest by angry Madagascans who said blackouts (Dumsor Dumsor) have become more frequent since Rajaonarimampianina came to power a year ago. And even before that, the Energy Minister-Richard Fihenena was fired for his inability to solve the problem.
Now do you spot where Ghanaians have become jokers? For the people of Madagascar, the Government’s inability to deliver on its promise just within a year was enough to ask for a change by taking to the streets in unity—devoid of political affiliations. The firing/sacking of the Energy Minister was not enough of a solution for the problem—they wanted electricity and if the Government could not provide it, then it had to go; they did not care about who was fired or not…
When it comes to many Ghanaians (the reason why I defined them as jokers), they somewhat have accepted the constant blackout—and have started making jokes out it on Facebook and Twitter; relegating such a serious issue affecting every person living in Ghana to silly social media comments portrays us as non-serious beings. And the Government will therefore continue to take the piss; after all, what are they going to do apart from go on Facebook and Twitter just to make jokes?
And even if we take the ‘power’ off for long, their phones would die so they cannot even continue with the Facebook and Twitter postings—what a clever way to shut down the clowns, perhaps the Government laughs out loud saying this each day…
Look around you as a Ghanaian and ask yourself this; are those we put in power accountable to us at all? Are they really making our lives easy or difficult? If you choose the former, then you must have forgotten to take your pills this morning…
Just as the people of Madagascar stood beyond political party lines to seek for change capable of ending the unbearable ‘power crisis’, why can’t Ghanaians do the same—and call those in charge to take charge or vacate their worthless occupation? After all, when the ‘Dumsor Dumsor’ arrives, it does not know of NDC or NPP—all are in to face the consequence.
For how long are we going to live as a bunch of jokers on a worthless piece of land?