What Were You Thinking When They Were Giving You This Flashlight? - A-Plus

Wolibismark

Ghana is becoming an interesting place to live seems there isn't a single day something dramatic won't occur making some of us to laugh out our numerous thinking. As it's said when you throw a ball to the wall, the ball bounce back to you, hence must do unto others what you want others to do onto you.

A Ghanaian hiplife rapper, and political activist who in recent time has been pointing out mistakes of the ruling government, Kwame Asare Obeng, commonly known by his stage name, A Plus has shared by an image on this facebook ward with the caption; "when they were giving you this flashlight and tiger-head battery during the campaign, what were you thinking"?

Some session of Ghanaians see his post as a deliberate attempt to criticize the president for nothing, but I see the post tagging A-Plus being a real supporters of a politician but not a slave. A supporter will always point out mistakes to leader, while a slave continue shouting oh Yes! Oh Yes!

Considering the image, is a branded torch light with photo of the President Nana Akufo-Addo smiling nicely, attached with a pair of tiger-head battery neatly parceled, which depicts dumsor is a word in the past as the ruling goverment has given light forever.

My findings tell that the items were shared somewhere in 2020 campaign to say byebye to Dumsor by New Patrotic Party with assurance to restore stable power, if Ghanaians give them the mandate.

Many who have come across the image share their thoughts, while some were on record stating that Nana Akufo-Addo's leads government knew they cannot complete the term without Dumsor. But today dumsor official time take is here with us hence the flashlight and tiger-head batteries shared can't go waste, seems this is the right time to use it as government can't run from her inability to provide stable power. Yet still government communicators are refusing to admit dumsor is back with us, hmmm.

With all sincerity, imagine John Dramani Mahama won the 2020 general elections and Ghanaians are experiencing this current power outage (Dumsor) and his communicators telling Ghanaians is not DUMSOR but Technical Challenge, what will Ghanaians tell JDM?

I have come to understand that certain challenges are inevitable in every aspect of human institutions hence the supporters of the various parties should handle some issues by first considering Ghana before linking where one is coming from.

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