General News of Wednesday, 12 June 2019
We the People Matter Movement, a pressure and advocacy group has questioned the fate of being Ghanaian and commended the Canadian High Commissioner to Ghana, Heather Cameron for her swift actions in having the two Canadian girls rescued.
The group posted this question in a letter signed by the Convener Dr. Sa-ad Iddrisu to the Canadian High Commissioner congratulating her on her efforts in having the two kidnapped Canadian girls rescued.
According to the group, it seems being Canadian is more powerful than being Ghanaian.
‘As I write this letter, do you know our three girls from Takoradi in the Western Region who were also kidnapped months ago before your citizens were kidnapped, are still not found?
That’s the fate of being a Ghanaian citizen your Excellency the stated stressed.
The letter intercepted by Checkoutghana.com said ‘it was great news to hear you flew in experts from Canada to come to rescue your citizens who were kidnapped weeks ago.
A Letter To The Canadian High Commissioner Of Ghana, Her Excellency Heather Cameron From The We The People Matter Movement
Dear your excellency,
It was great news to hear you flew in experts from Canada to come rescue your citizens who were kidnapped weeks ago.
Today is even more exciting to hear upon the arrival of the experts in Ghana, you have successfully rescued your citizens.
This is a sign of great leadership from you and your entire Canadian government.
Your Excellency, as I write this letter, do you know our three girls from Takoradi who was kidnapped months ago before your citizens were kidnapped, are still not found? That’s the fate of being a Ghanaian citizen your Excellency.
Due to this your Excellency, can the Canadian embassy in Accra help we the poor masses in Ghana and grant every Ghanaian Canadian citizenship?
Please, your Excellency, consider this as a plea of the needy Ghanaian citizens whose government doesn’t care about their security.
It seems to be a Canadian citizen in Ghana is more powerful than being a Ghanaian citizen in our own Motherland.
Your Excellency, however, do not include the politicians and their families/friends when you are granting Canadian citizenship to us the ordinary Ghanaians.
I say this because if the Takoradi kidnapped girls were to be family members of any NDC or NPP politician, Ghana police would have found them very quickly by now.
I conclude this letter as a sad Ghanaian and waiting for your quick reply, for I know you have a listening ear.
Dr. Sa-ad Iddrisu