Suame Lanka: Sri Lanka style Tsunami blows Suame MP Osei Kyei Mensa Bonsu

Ashantis are eager to take over the NPP from the Akyems

Indeed the Ashanti Region is very angry with the Akufo-Addo-Akyem-Led NPP and ready to lynch even Ashanti MPs who are members of the Akufo-Addo government…

There is a tussle for the soul of the Danquah-Busia-Dombo or more practically, the Danquah-Busia party…

Kojo Mpiani’s warning that an Arab Spring Uprising was possible in Ghana came true for Osei Kyei Mensa Bonsu when he was chased out of his own Constituency because of the unpopularity of the Akufo-Addo-led NPP government in the NPP’s stronghold of Ashanti Region.

Sri Lanka is very possible in Ghana, if Akufo-Addo does make an immediate U-TURN, sack Ken Ofori-Atta and several Ministers and Appointees.

Vice President Bawumia must resign to assuage the anger of Ghanaians suffering untold hardships as a result of the collapsed economy that has been incompetently managed by him and his team.

Calls for a Constitutional removal from office of Akufo-Addo, Bawumia, Ken Ofori-Atta and others in the failed government by Lawyer Martin Kpebu, Prof. Bopkin, Kojo Mpiani and many others keeps growing by the day.

Calls for the cutting down the number of Ministers to ten (10), Appointees to a quarter and slashing of their salaries and ending the profligate spending are growing…

When it becomes apparent that the 15% COLA cannot be paid an that it was only a postponement of the problem…

When it becomes clear that Akufo-Addo wants to rather increase the government fees and levies by 15%…

When it becomes obvious that government cannot feed students, cannot continue paying for Free SHS nor pay Workers Salaries…

Government cannot hold the anger of the public especially when the people see how their monies being wasted…

The building of useless Tall Walls around the Police Headquarters and beautification of the frontage of the CID Headquarters stretch of the road is having many tongues wagging…

Similar Tall Walls around Burma Camp and several military barracks to include illegally annexed Lands are having many wondering why and with whose money these tall walls are being built?


Is Ghana preparing itself for a Police State or Militarization of civil Ghana?


The Military must be withdraw from doing civil duties reserved for the Police

The recent incidents of brutalization of civilians by the Military during ECG Prepaid Meter fixing in defiance of a Parliamentary among others makes the withdrawal of the Military from Police duties an imperative.

The outsourcing of Police duties to Landguards and Vigilante groups like Clemence Gyato and Anyok Holdings is unacceptable and require immediate investigation.

The systematic takeover of Police duties by the Military trained “Aaba-ee” group recently inaugurated by the Greater Accra Regional Minister who christened them “City Response Team” of his “Accra Must Work Again” agenda which includes RAMBO-STYLE demolition and aggressive removal of people.


All paramilitary groups, militias, private armies, Landguards and Vigilante groups must be disbanded.


With any IMF BAILOUT many months away, if at all;

With the harsh economic hardships on Ghanaians growing by the day; it is just a matter of time…

Ghana must brace itself for an Uprising, but can avert a Sri Lankan style or Arab Spring type of civil disobedience leading to the removal of the President and Government.

Ghana can avert an uncontrolled Uprising, if the President immediately addresses the nation and truthfully tells Ghanaians the real state of the economy, debt situation and sacks many nonperforming Ministers and Appointees whiles announcing cuts not only of government wasteful expenditure on such frivolous ventures as the Cathedral, Private Jet Joy Ridess but also Food and Fuel prices by the IMMEDIATELY SUSPENDING THE DEREGULATION POLICY.

Kumasi Mini Uprising at Suame: Ashanti Anger against Akufo-Addo government boils

Government must immediately remove nuisance taxes on fuel and also ABOLISH THE UNPRODUCTIVE E-LEVY POLICY.

Government’s introduction of a CONTROLLED PRICE REGIME is the single most effective way of controlling the spiraling inflation.

Government must consciously spend locally and encourage an aggressive EAT GHANA, WEAR GHANA, USE GHANA policies to lessen import driven pressure of the Dollar on the Cedi.


The Government must focus on reversing the dangerous path Ghana is on, rather than annoying Ghanaians with chants of “BREAKING THE EIGHT” instead of breaking the back of corruption, Looting of State Funds, State Assets and State Lands.

An immediate investigation of Stephen Ntim’s alleged Stealing and Selling of State Lands and his Vote Buying accusations, will make Ghanaians believe that the U-TURN is happening.

Anything short of a quick U-TURN and the fate of Osei Kyei Mensa Bonsu will befall many more Government officials till a Sri Lanka style Uprising or Arab Spring type civil disobedience will be inevitable.

It is obvious that the Akufo-Addo-Bawumia led talkative government is on its way out.

The Akufo-Addo-Bawumia must be helped to leave peacefully, without any further hardship on Ghanaians nor with any violence but only legal and constitutional means.

Ghanaians must be Citizens and not Spectators, but more importantly put National cohesion ahead of any other consideration.

The booing, chasing away and attempted lynching of the Majority Leader and Leader of Government Business, Osei Kyei Mensa Bonsu, in the NPP Government’s stronghold, by his own Constituents at Suame in the Ashanti Region because of the unpopularity of the Akufo-Addo-Bawumia government and their failed promises, speaks for itself.


AriseGhana Youth for your country…

God Save Our Homeland Ghana.



By Prince-Derek Adjei

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