The debate is ongoing, and would likely go on for a while– although expecting anyone in government to care about what any of us says would be just naively optimistic.
Ghanaians were informed last week that we had become party to the relocation of former inmates of the US’ terrorist holding cell in Guantanamo in Cuba. The news has since led to public outcry over what deal our government has struck for us, especially considering the terrorist bona fides of our new guests.
Over the past week, Isaac Owusu Bempah, founder and leader of the Glorious Word and Power Ministry, has taken the country by storm, predicting left and right the calamities that are set to hit Ghana this year.
He has said there would be violence in run-up to the 2016 elections, whilst also adding that entertainers like Super OD would die this year. For those segments of the population who take him seriously, the alarm is great.