Sun, Feb

Please next time you are in the spirit and God talks to you, I beg o, can you ask him to tell you how Ghana can fix the unemployment wahala.

Open Letter To The Mighty Prophets - KSM

Dear mighty and powerful prophets of Ghana,

I know God talks to you directly when you are "in the spirit “as you put it. I beg o. I have one small request.

Mr. Ankomah, let us look at some of your specific arguments. I am sure our audience could pick one or two things from it. You said that whether a woman works outside the home or not, she must make sure the house is cleaned, food is cooked and served you, clothes washed etc. When I asked you what your reason for such an argument was, you said that there are roles specific to men and women. So I asked another question: "does your wife use her vagina to cook?"


This is from the little worm who has no spine to you - a Dinosaur of the Gutters.

For the past four days, I have watched you intentionally misconstrued my words, deliberately misrepresented my comment on your post, attacked me incessantly and inspired hate towards me on social media and beyond. What was my crime? I dared to challenge you - the almighty Ace Annan Ankomah who happens to be the demigod of knowledge in Ghana. You described yourself as having been married for 25 years, did Gender Studies in addition to Law which you have been practicing in Ghana for some years now. So I ask, which of the characteristics stated above makes you the demigod of knowledge that you think you are? In other words, do the above listed endeavours make you too knowledgeable to be enlightened? If you think that you have nothing more to learn, then please stop reading books and interacting with people because you learn from them when you do. I think that believing that you are too enlightened to be enlightened was your first act of stupidity. Borrowing your own words, "I am not insulting you, I am only describing you".

In your verdict on Casely Hayford vs. GIJ students, you stated that clearly “Sydney Casely Hayford does not owe the GIJ students an apology". I am sure, senior, that when we summarize your arguments and place them in the context of the specific discussion, you may understand, or at least appreciate our reaction.

The writer - Nathaniel Alpha

Dear Mannasseh,

I bring you greetings from our SRC-your SRC, that through you and mentorship from others, I have been privileged to serve as its General Secretary.

It is always refreshing to see that you are still concerned about matters of our great Institute and would take time to offer opinions to that effect.

Only the heavens can tell how many of such folks you and other doctors and nurses have had to go an extra extra mile for, to change their lives and restore hope.

File image: Dr. Richard Selormey

Dear Dr. Selormey

Permit me to start this letter with one of my favourite quotes, since it is actually one of the principles I personally live by:

"I consider my ability to arouse enthusiasm among men the greatest asset I possess. The way to develop the best that is in a man is by appreciation and encouragement." - Charles Schwab.