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Opinions of Sunday, 6 November 2011

Columnist: Agyare, Kwasi

All die be die is not a war drums but a warning

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All die be die is not a war song , or "Asafo calling," but a call to stand
up for what is just , a caution to allow fairness to predominate to serve common
interest of our young democracy, for the goodness of all Ghanaians in the impending
general election 2012.

Let us stop playing kids in our reasoning, NanaAkuffo Addo, a man who has
contributed a lot, then one can possible imagine into our today Ghana`s standard
both at home, and on global platforms, will be the last Ghanaian to wish the Nation
fall into chaos, and to see Ghana as the next Somalia, What he meant here,to my
understanding, is an advice to all the faceless and unruling elements within the
ruling Mills/Mahama`s administration, to fare-thee-well, and desist from all forms
of anti-civil act, as such act when put on stage, will be meant by equal or
excessive force which may not be interest of Ghana.. What we are looking forward to
is electoral justice and careful handle of issues affecting the common good of all
political parties taking part in the election ,without any form of favoritism.

kinds of intimidations and hijacking of electoral civic duties, must be seen as a
thing of the past, the NPP will not stand sitll and fold
arms for such outdated deeds to be displayed by those who sees themselve as emenies
of progress, to wheel our Nation into a pool of doom. And as Gorege W. Bush
once put it , any extral ordinarily situation calls-in for extral ordinarily
measures. God bless Ghana.


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