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The Brutal Dictatorship of Kwame Nkrumah II

Comment: Seriously?

2015-02-04 16:40:51
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The Brutal Dictatorship of Kwame Nkrumah II

WOW. I would prefer to NOT have read your article, however as an open minded individual of african descent, I was curious about what you had to offer and I am very much disappointed and saddened by your biased views ,My brother Dr, SAS. Nkrumah is gone so is Danquah, Busia, Acheampong, Kotoka, Akuffo, Limman and others who graced the Political landscape of Ghana. The legacy is what it is today. So what solutions does the current generation of Political leaders in Ghana recommend to solving the SINS and shortcomings of our FORE-MENTIONED Political leaders. They are no longer with us and whether we agree to disagree or vice versa, the baton of their political legacy is now in the hands of the current generation.Your article does not even attempt to shed a sliver of solution to problem resolution, rather you tend to lay the blame of Ghana's current problems solely at the feet of Nkrumah. Really? Seriously? We all know Nkrumah was not a God, never has and Never WILL.
Nkrumah was an idealistic pan-africanist and human and therefore prone to err.
So was Danquah and Busia and other reactionaries. How can you attribute the mistakes of any government after Nkrumah to Nkrumah? Really? Seriously?
Massa I think U need to CHECK yourself B4 U wreck yourself. Hmm? I am beginning to question the authenticity of your doctorate and attorney certifications.
Please let sleeping DOGS lie wai. aaaba!!!

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