Brilliant suggestion - but please send your article to the features editor of the Daily Graphic, too!
And I can already hear the chorus from the cynics saying you are motivated by self-interest - but ignore those whose only song is that dreadful and boring tune:"My-party-my-tribe-right-or-wrong!"
As for the idea of appealing to our hypocrite-in-chief, forget it. He and the tribalistic cabal who now dominate Ghana's ruling party so completely, were in the very deep pockets of their favourite tycoon, when they were mere impecunious men and women, at the beginning of their tenure - and hadn't learnt and perfected the fine art of "chopping Ghana small."
You'd be better off getting the largely unimaginative opposition crowd, to put your suggestion into their manifestos - and keep banging on about it, during their campaign trips across the country, as well.
It will be a real vote winner: particularly amongst our middle classes - those well-off and (forever!) fence- straddling cowards: who never like to rock the boat whichever regime is in power - lest their "awoof" benefits are taken away from them.
They would rather they kept reaping where they hadn't sown, than fight for truth and decency in our homeland Ghana! Like the three monkeys, they see no evil; hear no evil; and smell no evil!
But the trouble, nyebro, is, will the sleep-walking (to disaster in December 2008, if they all don't unite - and do it soon too!) opposition have the nous, to see how clever it would be, to make noise about the need for title insurance: and promise voters they will enact legislation for it, within the first term of parliament, were they to be elected to power? Hmmm, Ghana - eyasaem oo!
May God bless and protect our homeland Ghana, always. Long live freedom! Long live Ghana!