The Member of Parliament for Builsa South Dr. Clement Apaak has opined that Ghanaians should have witnessed the scenes witnessed in the United States following the swearing-in of Joe Biden, the 46th president.
Ghanaians he noted have been denied the opportunity to have the choice they voted for to be in office.
He stated this has been orchestrated because of our weak systems and institutions.
He claimed that institutions that must ensure that what Ghanaians voted for was what should have reflected have been compromised.
He added that persons who contributed to ensuring that an illegitimate person took over the affairs of the country would no peace.
Joseph R. Biden, Jr., was sworn in as the 46th president of the United States on Wednesday.
In his address, he urged a bitterly divided country to come together at a perilous time in American history while moving quickly to begin implementing his agenda.
“This is America’s day. This is democracy’s day,” Mr. Biden said in his inaugural address. “Today we celebrate the triumph not of a candidate, but of a cause. The cause of democracy. The people, the will of the people, has been heard, and the will of the people has been heeded.”
Reacting to this, Dr. Apaak said that was what Ghanaians should have enjoyed but an illegitimate person is rather in power depriving Ghanaians of joy.
“The illegitimate one will continue seeing the legitimate one everywhere, anytime, and will mention his name involuntarily and unconsciously. Only restitution will save him from this affliction.”
Read his opinion below
Folks, the decency and normalcy Americans are enjoying TODAY is what Ghanaians also wished for, and voted for.
But Ghanaians were denied their joy because our institutions and systems are so so weak, and have been perverted and compromised to the extent that they can’t stand up for, and defend the true will of the people!
Those who for whatever reason, have made themselves accessories in the effort to deny the will of the people would never know peace.
The illegitimate one will continue seeing the legitimate one everywhere, anytime, and will mention his name involuntarily and unconsciously. Only restitution will save him from this affliction.
I remain a citizen!
Dr. Clement Apaak
M.P, Builsa South