RE: Right to Information Act Could Have Saved KABA & Robert Mugabe!

In memory of KABA (Mr. Kwadwo Asare Baffour Acheampong).

Reminding Mr. Mahama, Mr. Alban Bagbin, and all their NDC compatriots who merely praised in words and talk the name of Kwame Nkrumah when they had all the power. When they had all the power to negotiate the fairest oil contracts for Ghana and put every contract and agreement in the public domain, but chose to sit on the Freedom of Information/Right to Information (FOI/RTI) Act, for nearly a decade, and are now asking the good People of Ghana to grant deposed President Mugabe a red carpet ride to Ghana, and freedom to right and freedom to reside in Ghana.

Mr. Robert Mugabe had a Right to Information law for Zimbabwe!

So, cautioning President Akufo-Addo. President Akufo-Addo who continues to allow the Freedom of Information Bill/Right to Information Act to stall by lack of strong, purposeful leadership, as he now sits in that chair at the Flagstaff House, now Freedom House, so-called, without transparency in Ghana oil contracts and agreements. Even as they still stall on open, free, and transparent competitive bidding for Ghana’s minerals and oil  resources:

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Song Lyrics………………FOIB – A You Pickable, Mr. Politician?

 

Too much, too much, too much, too much.

Mr. Politician

Are your Pickable?

Too much, too much too much, too much talk,

Mr. Politician

Are you Serious?

Too much, too much, too much, too much

Mr. Politician

Are your Pickable?

Too much, too much, too much, too much talk

Mr. Politician

Are you Serious?

 

CHORUS:

Give us FOIB

Pass it FOIB

Bring it FOIB

March it FOIB

Scat….

 

Too much, too much, too much, too much

Mr. Politician

Are your Pickable?

Too much, too much too much, too much

Mr. Politician

Are you Serious?

Too much, too much too much, too much

Mr. Politician

Are your Pickable?

Too much, too much too much, too much talk

Mr. Politician

Are you Serious?

 

We don’t want no Kibaki problem

We don’t want Kenya massacre

We don’t want Mugabe nonsense

We don’t want Zimbabwe wahala

 

So give it to us Fili Fili

Give it to us Right now

Give it to us Fili Fili

Give it to us Right now.

Break….

 

Too much, too much, too much, too much

Mr. Politician

Are your Pickable?

Too much, too much too much, too much

Mr. Politician

Are your serious

Too much, too much too much, too much

Mr. Politician

Are your Pickable?

Too much, too much too much,too much

Mr. Politician

Are you Serious?

 

CHORUS:

Freedom of Information

Freedom of Information

Freedom of Information

Freedom of Information

Freedom of Information

Freedom of Information

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So it goes, Ghana!

SOURCES/NOTES

1.  James Kofi Annan.  A Right to Information Act could have saved KABA, (https://www.ghanaweb.com/GhanaHomePage/features/A-Right-to-Information-Act-could-have-saved-KABA-603336).

2.  Ghana must offer asylum to Mugabe – Ablakwa, (https://www.ghanaweb.com/GhanaHomePage/NewsArchive/Ghana-must-offer-asylum-to-Mugabe-Ablakwa-602717).

  1. Original Lyrics, Music, and Song to Memorialize the Fight for Freedom on Information (FOI) bill for Ghana, (by Prof Lungu)

Prof Lungu – as found and heard on www.GhanaHero.Com & Ghanaweb.com / GHANAHERO.COM (Copyright. 2008 www.Ghanahero.com).

  1. Freedom of Information for Ghana, FOIB, http://ghanahero.com/FOIB.html

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