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You had already served 12 years as a Member of Parliament (MP) for Bole Bamboi form1996 to 2004.
You were a deputy Minister of Communication, and later substantive Minister to the chagrin of many high profile and experience politicians then, who felt your rise, was too sudden.
You were the vice president from January 7, 2009 – July 23, 2012, then as the acting president from July 24, 2012 – December 7, 2012 and finally as president from January 7, 2013.
It is not foolish not to think somebody like you who had served at some of the highest levels of public service, would have no clues about the enormity of the responsibility of the office you were seeking to continue to occupy and the problems ahead.
Following the circumstances under which you initially became the president and having completed a l 4 year term of your late former boss whose poor health, and his close gang of cabals caused him not to achieve much of what he promised, the least Ghanaians would have expected is a leader who would roll up his slips and get to work immediately after he had got a new four year term especially without the overbearing effects and efforts of the political godfathers.
To whom much is given, much is expected. Ghanaians have given you not much but too much and considering your pedigree and your nature of being a performer, not so much is even expected from you, just a little will suffice, but what do we get?
Time is running out, the reshuffle that Ghanaians expect is long overdue, they are so many square pegs in round holes, as Ministers. I have the firm believe that you have the capacity to deliver on all your electoral promises, but you must begin by cleansing your administration and doing away with non-performing Ministers.
I am not and cannot question your judgement, but recently you relieved your National Security Co-ordinator, Lt. Col. Gbevlo Lartey of his post, I do not think that the problems facing us, that should have being your first point of call, in reshuffling your ministers.
The corruption facing you today, started from Adam, as former President Kufuor said, but heightened during the era of John Mills, you are carrying the sins of your fathers. You can rescue this country from the jaws of those who see an opportunity to serve as one to make money at the expense of the larger interest of Ghanaians.
2016 is only a far cry away, there is going to be voter apathy and trust me, you will suffer it more than your opponent.
It is not too late to turn things around, this is your time, make history Mr President by being the first President to tackle corruption head on, the political juggling is becoming too much.
The 70-year old octogenarian is seriously lacing his boots, to get you out of office. I have said in one of my articles that the way things are going, if you do not change the gear, he could become President by default, God forbid though, but time, Mr. President is your biggest enemy now.