(I refer to the 12th October 2008 www.ghanaweb.com general news web page article entitled "Tsatsu Tsikata is no Ghanaian Albatross" written by Kwame Okaompa-Ahoofe. (www.ghanaweb.com/GhanaHomePage/NewsArchive/artikel.php?ID=151226.)
Not only does that dreadful fellow attempt to re-write history, but sadly for a man who apparently teaches English, no native speaker of English, can possibly understand the gibberish that he writes - and thinks impresses Ghanaians, so.
He also looks up other people's work - and tries to copy their style: because he is not an original thinker. What positive idea has that shallow-minded man ever contributed to the task of nation-building, in any of his posting here?
This semi-literate, with a tribalistc mindset (firmly rooted in the milieu of our pre-colonial feudal past), is a pitiful fellow indeed - and clearly without an ounce of pity in him: and full of hatred. A true misanthrope!
He hardly ever says anything positive that will help the future of our nation in his tiresome and boring tirades.
Whatever we might think of Tsatsu Tsikata, at least he worked hard for Ghana - and did not enrich himself or his family, at our nation's expense - something one can hardly say for some of the sly and greedy individuals, amongst those who now rule our nation.
For an educated Ghanaian, Nii Osa Mills did something that many in Ghana's largely cowardly and sycophantic middle class never do - speak the truth as he sees it, publicly. As usual he is now being victimised. Yet, that is how we will build a true democracy - not the mouthing of endless platitudes by hypocritical politicians, about their belief in the rule of law.
The sycophants and cowards amongst the leadership of the Ghana Bar Association (GBA), think they can help hide the truth about the true nature of some of those who rule our nation: but in the age of the world wide web, that is a folly that educated minds must never embroil themselves in.
The truth of the matter, is that if you aren't one of those "My-party-my-tribe-right-or-wrong" myrmidons, who wear blinkers permanently (and never see anything wrong with what their political party does), it is clear that in many ways, this regime acts in the most dictatorial of ways, possible, in many instances.
One has only to look at the way they have constantly undermined the integrity of our legislature - by the way they are forever railroading laws through parliament: and forcing their party members with a conscience, to act against their conscience, by passing laws that aren't actually in the national interest: but serve the purposes of the powerful few tribal supremacists who dominate the ruling party so completely. Pity.
Hmmm, Ghana - eyeasem oo: asem ebaba debi ankasa! May God bless and protect our homeland Ghana, always. Long live freedom! Long live Ghana!