One wonders how many beautiful young women in Ghana, will soon be wooed with "honey-tongued" promises by the unprincipled and greedy philanderers amongst our next rulers - who will doubtless start making rash promises to delectable young things that they will be given the "revamped" Ayensu starch factory on a "platinum platter" : if they agree to become their mistresses?
Will there be a replay many times over, in the coming months, of the many scenes of blatant sexual harassment that a morally upright young woman had to endure - as was the case of the besieged Nana Frema Busia: who some repulsive and power-drunk politician suggested should yield to him and be rewarded with the refurbished Juapong Textiles factory?
Thus, dear reader, have we been governed these last lost eight years, by powerful and amoral men without honour who are completely untrustworthy in their own personal lives - shameless deceivers of women who break their marriage vows on a daily basis: yet have been clever enough to fool Ghanaians into entrusting their nation to them.
Where else on the planet Earth, but Ghana, would a national assembly, assigned by constitutional edict, to have oversight responsibility over the actions of the executive branch of government, pass a law authorizing a sale and purchase agreement involving a state-owned aluminum smelter and a fraudulent company - a special purpose vehicle put together by the agents of a few powerful crooks in the executive arm of government and christened "International Aluminum Partners" to hide their personal interest in a privatization deal, without the whole nation being scandalized: especially when the architects of that fraud have the temerity to ask that their mandate is renewed, yet again?
How did we come to such a sorry pass, dear reader - and become a cowed nation full of such moral cowards: who see no evil, hear no evil and smell no evil, in the face of such massive corruption and moral decadence?
How did we end up becoming a “dog-eat-dog” society full of self-seeking “My-party-my-tribe-right-or-wrong” myrmidon-types - who wear blinkers permanently and are too thick to think for themselves and too blind to see the depths to which we have sunk as a people? How come the geniuses who dreamt up that ill-conceived folly, the Ayensu Starch Factory, have no sense of shame - for succeeding so spectacularly in messing up a perfectly good project: and have the effrontery to ask Ghanaians to return them to power again?
As a people, are we condemned to continue electing men and women who worship at the cult-of-the-mediocre with such unparalleled fervour - such as the current clueless crowd in power in our country, today?
Are we going to re-elect yet another set of greedy and arrogant tribal supremacists from the same confounded party now in power - who will then also set about spending scarce national resources to humour some megalomaniac traditionalist: who craves to experience some imaginary past glory again and become a king of some Micky-mouse-kingdom, within the unitary Ghanaian nation-state?
Will we have to again endure the nauseating spectacle of the absurd attempt by the next favoured traditionalist of the new era, as he insists on turning a Quixotic and bad dream into reality - at the expense of the unity and stability of the Republic of Ghana?
How long will we tolerate the next mad and bad traditionalist whom our new rulers will also favour - as that dinosaur too seeks to return our country to the feudal era: although this is the 21st century ICT age: when ordinary people wish to belong to a society that aspires to become a meritocracy?
Why, do we all not know that inherited privilege is the worst enemy of any meritocracy? The question, dear reader, is: just what do these confounded, well-educated and amoral imbeciles, think we are - fools?
Oh Ghana - enti yeawiyee paa, enia? Asem ebaba debi ankasa! May God bless and protect our homeland Ghana, alwas. Long live freedom! Long live Ghana!