Saturday, June 19, 2010

Handiwork of Koku Anyodoho!

Somebody Should Tell Abayateye To Shut Up!!!

What was Hon Abayateye, NDC MP for Sege saying on air?
Did I hear Abayateye say that the removal of Hon Bagbin as Leader of the NDC is going to affect the work of the NDC in Parliament because Bagbin is the only person who can match-up to Osei Kyei Mensah Bonsu?

Is this what Abayateye is saying?

Somebody should tell him to give us a break! Yes, he should give us a break!!!
Uncle JB does not doubt the competence of Hon Bagbin in any way but I think that Abayateye’s submission is not an honest one.

Abayateye should tell us in what way the NDC Leadership in Parliament matched-up to Osei Kyei-Mensah Bonsu in the year gone by?

Has Kyei Mensah-Bonsu not taken over the role of Majority Leader and walking around like a peacock and insulting President Atta Mills just because the Majority has given him the latitude so to do?

He Abayateye, what contribution has he made on the floor of the House since he became an MP?
Abayateye and his colleagues; are they not allowing morons like Isaac Essiamah to have his way and making all kinds of nonsensical statements on the floor of Parliament?

Instead of making solid submissions on the floor of Parliament, the likes of Abayateye are quick to go on radio and make nonsensical submissions.

The voice that they use to say all kinds of things against the President on the airwaves, if they use it defend the policies of Government on the floor of Parliament, would it not be more beneficial to the NDC?
These our MPs, are they for the NDC or for the NPP?

Honestly, the attitude of our NDC MPs is frightening.

Because of the concept of free speech, NDC MPs are prepared to go on air and say anything about their President? Ei! Ei! Ei!

So, in the name of democracy, NDC MPs are quick to spit in the face of their President. Hmm!!!
Let us continue to joke with the power we have and when we make a mistake and allow the narcotics peddlers to snatch the power from us, that is when we will realize how foolish we have been.

Of course, most of the MPs who are misbehaving have convinced themselves that even if the NDC loses, they will retain their seats.

Yes, as far as the MPs are concerned, if we lose at the Executive level, they will maintain their seats and so they don’t care.

But I tell them that they will not succeed. O yes, they will not succeed.
And for their information, some of us will work very hard in 2012 to make sure that they lose their seats.

If they think they are in Parliament because of their own strength, we will prove to them that they in Parliament on the ticket of the National Democratic Congress.

No amount of wicked internal scheming by internal enemies will stop President Atta Mills from succeeding in his Better Ghana agenda.

Abayateye and the other NDC MPs who are selling themselves to the NPP should bow down their heads in shame.

NB: This is what our Communications Director does best!

Thursday, June 17, 2010



It has come to the notice of the party in the constituency that the District Chief Executive of the Jaman South District, Hon Julius Atta Bediako has vowed to use all sources of intimidation to deal with our perceived supporters in other to kill the good image and spirit of the party in the constituency.

The D.C.E just yesterday used the police to arrest one Kwadwo Yeboa who operates one of the DSTV’S bought by the previous Administration during the Ghana 2008 African cup of Nation to enable individuals who will like to watch the said tournament in public.

The said Kojo Yeboa was given one of the DSTV’S to operate for the Public at Drobo Station which he did so on behalf of the Drobo community. He still keeps the DSTV because it was given to him by the Assembly member for Drobo and in the name of Drobo Traditional Council.

However, the rest to be precise three (3) of the DSTV’S were given to the other two Traditional councils including one at Adamsu to serve the some purposes mentioned earlier

The D.C.E without doing any enquires or checks from the Assembly to be precise from his handover notes tried to use all foul means with the persistent pressure from his foot soldiers to collect those DSTV’S and hand over to them.

It is rather unfortunate that the D.C.E will respond to the calls by using the police to arrest and persecute those who operate the DSTV’S by calling them thieves. He used the police to move to Adamsu, Dwemin and Jepekrom to embark on an operation “SATISFYING THE NEEDS OF FOOT SOLDIERS “to cease those DSTV’S

Again, just recently the DCE called and vowed to deal with the constituency youth organizer of the party for criticizing him on his idea of constructing a fence wall at the cost of ¢574 million at the DCE’S residency. The fence contract was award without following the procurement procedures.

From our point of view, we believe the DCE is using the police to intimidate the perceived supporters of the NPP in the District.

Upon deliberations we have come out with the following:
1. The DCE should have known better that the DSTV’S were acquired by the Assembly but not individuals.
2. The DCE should focus on developmental projects and stop these pertinent issues.
3. If there are no records of such DSTV’S how did he know that they are for the Assembly?
4. The DSTV’S were given to those communities through their Assembly members and their Chiefs but not those who are operating them.
5. The DCE should buy new DSTV’S for those communities which did not get.
6. If the DCE says those who are operating the DSTV’S have stolen them, he insults the Assembly members responsible and their chiefs.
7. We believe if the DCE is taking over those DSTV’S he should tell those communities where they can locate such DSTV’S to watch the world cup which is under way in South Africa

8. We also appeal to the Noble profession, the police service in the District not to stand low for them to be use by the Hon. DCE to achieve his parochial political interest.

In conclusion, if the Hon. DCE will stop all his diabolical intensions not to be pushed by his foot soldiers to take such actions it will help to bring and stimulate peace and unity in the District.

We also want to state here that this will not in any way intimidate our supporters.



Wednesday, June 16, 2010


The Ghana Armed Forces Command and Staff College (GAFCSC), the highest learning institution of the military in Ghana, is gradually being destroyed by Col COA Nutakor and others. Col Chris Nutakor who is the General Staff Officer Grade One (GSO1) at the College has become the de facto Commandant.

Col Chris Nutakor who hails from the Volta Region has usurped the powers of the Commandant to the chagrin of all well meaning officers and men of the college. It is Col Chris Nutakor who “moves” and “unmoves” the college.

Most officers and men in the college fear him including the Commandant, Deputy Commandant and Director of Studies. They all fear Col Chris Nutakor because he frequents the corridors of power at the Castle and blue gate and nobody wants to lose their appointments as he intermittently warns and threatens.

There was one such occasion when he caused the Deputy Commandant to call an emergency meeting of the chief instructors of Army, Navy and Airforce faculties, the Director of Studies (DOS) and the Members of the Directing Staff.

At the said meeting, after a brief introduction by the Deputy Commandant, One Star Hope Agbenuzah, Col Chris Nutakor went into tantrums saying that some officers had been going round spreading false information that he was the real commandant, commanding and controlling the College and charged offensively on the officers.

The Director of Studies, who is a very senior Colonel, could no longer bear the insubordination of Colonel Nutakor and replied in a very firm and decisive manner to the admiration of all officers.

The DOS retorted that the widely held opinion that he was de facto Commandant was true and backed his assertion with pieces of evidence in a chronological order. The summary of DOS’remarks was that Col Nutakor was holding the college to ransom.

As the GSO1, Col Nutakor is supposed to be the principal Staff Officer to the Commandant to coordinate activities at the College. Rather, Col Nutakor spends more of his time at the Law faculty of the University of Ghana where he is pursuing an LLB programme with Naval Commodore Biekro, the Chief of Staff at the General Headquarters of the Ghana Armed Forces.

Moreover, in the case of Col Nutakor, he locks up the official correspondence and files and leaves for lectures as and when he likes without asking for permission from his superiors. Worst still, he does not delegate his functions and powers to his deputy (the GSO2) thereby stalling and delaying the execution of all programmes at the school.

As if to show where power lies, Col Nutakor has arrogated to himself the use of an official vehicle meant for a Directing Staff from South Africa who unfortunately could not turn up this academic year. The Nissan salon car with registration number GN 8132 Y is being used by Col Nutakor with impunity instead of being reserved for the future use of a South African officer.

What the other officers are wondering over is that if it has become necessary for the vehicle to be used then why would it not be the Director of Studies who is the third in command at the College but Col Nutakor who is even a junior to the Chief Instructors of the Army and Airforce?

Well, the most reprehensible of all the acts of Col Nutakor has to do with the recent study tour of the college to four African countries. Col Nutakor was to lead the team to the Republic of Benin but surreptitiously declined to go because he had to prepare for and write his end of semester and year exams at the law faculty.

Even though Col Nutakor did not participate in the study tour, he signed for an amount of three thousand US dollars. Additionally, he signed for an accountable imprest of five thousands US dollars meant for the team and pocketed another three thousand dollars out of it leaving a balance of two thousand dollars only for the commanding officer of the college who he instructed to lead the team in his absence.

A verification at the office of the financial controller at the college confirmed that indeed, Col Nutakor signed for five thousand dollars but gave only two thousand to the commanding officer claiming that the three thousand dollars was for “admin” and that all the team leaders were to take three thousand out of their imprest accounts for ‘admin” of their superior officers at the College, Services Headquarters and the General Headquarters.

The pocketing of the amount by Col Nutakor has seriously worsened the level of morale and brought disaffection at the college.

Other allegations that are rife at the College centre on the divisions in and factions at the College especially amongst the Academic Staff. The divisions are on tribal and political lines. The Akan officers on the directing staff are generally seen as NPP members while the Ewes, Northerners and Gas pride themselves as NDC members.

As soon as a new member of Directing Staff arrives at the College, he is asked whether he is a member of the NPP or the NDC. Col Nutakor is the one allegedly promoting and fanning the political and tribal divisions in and factions at the college. All the NDC officers are allegedly under the command and control of Col Nutakor who is alleged to be receiving financial and other incentives from the blue gate and sharing them to the members whereas those perceived to be NPP sympathizers are not cared for.

Furthermore, there has been an observation that all lucrative course packages run by or sponsored by the British, other foreign countries and the National Security Secretariat are coordinated by only members of the Col Nutakor-led faction.

It is alleged that an audit from castle recently discovered that an amount of twenty thousand Ghana Cedis cannot be accounted for in relation to a course run last year (2009).