Fremaa Busia, the Joan of Arc of Ghanaian politics, is mad? How can any decent soul say such an outrageous thing? How very sad - and so today, our country has now become an African version of Joseph Stalin's Soviet Union: in which dissenters were regularly "diagnosed" as being psychiatric cases, in order to discredit them, and get rid of them permanently?
Do her enemies now want to forcebly commit her to Patang Hospital as a clever way to rid themselves permanently of an acute embarrassment? Nana Oye Lithur do please keep an eye on our heroine, will you - and keep her in the eye of the international community of feminists too. God bless and keep you always, Ohemaa Lithur. Wu ye bue, ankasa!
Yes, Madame Ama Busia would say that wouldn't she? Perhaps she forgets that there are those who might also say that she too is a hypocrite and a coward - who is enjoying the fruits of the nepotism of our "Hypocrite-in-Chief": living the life of Riley, at taxpayers' expense? (http://www.ghanaweb.com/GhanaHomePage/NewsArchive/artikel.php?ID=152332.)
No doubt, she will be quick to accuse those who make such a point of being "lazy" and "envious" - the favourite mantra of the greedy and uncouth philistines busy looting our nation and participating in the gang-rape of mother Ghana.
This is a nation full of misogynists, in case this blinkered soul hasn't yet cottoned on to that. How can she possibly close her eyes to that shameful and outrageous fact?
Does she not know that powerful men in various positions up and down this country (including even some of those occupying the highest offices in the land!), abuse and sexually harass women, on a daily basis - and with total impunity? Incredible!
Hmmm, Ghana - eyeasem oo: asem ebaba debi ankasa! May God bless and protect our homeland Ghana, always. Long live freedom! Long live Ghana!