ATTENTION GHANA: Watch the insecure, paranoid EC Chair, Jean Adukwei Mensah – An Owula Mangortey observation



Ceasefires whether unilateral or bilateral are by their nature temporary.






I am a Citizen.

I am a Whistleblower with a known face and address.

I rise to remind Citizens of Ghana to watch closely the insecure, paranoid EC Chair, Jean Adukwei Mensah.

Where are the pacesetters in National life?:

Mary Chinery- Hesse, Aanaa Anning, Miranda Greenstreet, Florence Dolphyne, Esther Cobbah, Georgina Wood, Molly Anim- Addo, Cecilia Johnson, Sherry Ayitey, Nana Konadu Agyemang-Rawlings, Betty Mould-Iddrisu, Edith Haizel, Christine Amoako-Nuamah, Cecilia Dapaah, Alima Mahama, Frema Osei-Opare, Ama Benyiwa Doe, Cecilia Bannerman, Elizabeth Akua Ohene, Gloria Akufo, Anaa Bossman, Charlotte Osei.

Help! Help!!. Help!!!

Does Ghana’s EC Chair, Jean Adukwei Mensah, assume that her paranoia is an effective, useful, constructive strategy for managing the EC and the electoral processes towards Ghana’s December 2020 elections?

Those who know Jean Adukwei Mensah are not surprised by her tendency to bully without flinching.

At the core, the EC Boss, Jean Adukwei Mensah, is an insecure person who craves and recklessly pursues attention.

All paranoid bullies when they are backed up fold, so does the EC Chair.

The next time she is around you, just pay attention to the small details, the little small moments, and within a flash you will see the real Jean Adukwei Mensah.

Jean Adukwei Mensah: It is never late to seek help for the psychological effects of domestic violence.

The rich also cry!

Owula Mangortey
Odumase-Dodowa
28th February, 2020.

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