Ohemaa Fremaa Busia, you must call off your hunger strike, at once. That is precisely what those ruthless and powerful hypocrites who think you are now their "Tormentor-in-Chief" want - you very ill and too weakened by a hunger strike, to continue embarrassing them with your media blitzkrieg.
Decent and fair-minded Ghanaians are appalled that those worthless men, who are permanently sozzled from downing never-ending torts of Alomo gin bitters to keep their infernal libidos up, have the gall to try and make out that you are a liar and a mad woman.
It is they, those pathological liars and men without any honour, who are rather mad, bad and dangerous - and certainly not fit to hold the high positions they occupy, morally. May God bless, protect and guide you in all you do, Ohemaa - and may the good inhabitants of Manhyia, do the decent thing: and stand up for truth and decency, by electing you as their elected representative in our spineless parliament: where you will be a beacon of hope for decency in our public life.
Today, the amoral crooks who wish you dead, are selling VALCO, because they need yet more kickbacks - and that spineless parliament will doubtless allow the sale and purchase agreement to pass: even though the empty and loudmouthed talking-heads had told us they were going to set up an integrated aluminium industry in our country - a foolish dream at a time of global climate change: when the last thing we must do is tear down the Atiwa Mountain range rain forest, for such (relatively) short-term lunacy.
It won't surprise me one bit, if it turned out that they have already asset-stripped VALCO completely, laying their grubby hands on its large property portfolio, prior to the ill-fated aluminium smelter being quietly offloaded to foreigners for a paltry US$175 millions.
May God bless Professor Ken Attufah, who has shown, in deriding the outrageous claims by your enemies that you are mentally ill, that he is a truly decent man indeed, in a nation full of cowards and sycophants - too frightened of people in power, to stand up to them publicly. I salute him - and would like to tell him that I admire his courage in this matter, very much.
Although it is frowned on in newspaper circles, I can tell him, that today, I am truly sorry that I once wrote an unpleasant editorial in The Independent newspaper, in which I accused him specifically (and the National Reconciliation Commission, in general!), of trying to hide the exhumation of the bodies of Mawuli Goka and Co., during the sittings of the NRC. Do forgive me Professor Attufah - Mawuli Goka had been a childhood playmate of mine (once upon a time), whose infectious laugh, still rings in my ears: all these years from our childhood.
Oh, Ghana - ye awiaye paa, enia? Hmmm, Ghana, eyeasem oo: asem ebaba debi ankasa! May God bless and protect our homeland Ghana, always. Long live freedom! Long live Ghana!