A ray of hope.

A ray of hope beckons, despite the grave implications of the dark cloud that looks like a clear-cut silhouette of a naval frigate on a horizon. Bleak though it may seem, it remains incumbent on us as citizens to remain united in spite of our political affiliations to support the structural arrangement modules being rolled out by the regime architects. The youth enterprise support fund to assist youth entrepreneurs is essentially laudatory.

The regime operators are not seemingly static and insensitive in disposition to the plight of many a Ghanaian as speculated in some political circles. We have seen them in action with the political compass in hand in the international arena, nosing around helter-skelter negotiating for a more sustainable development paradigm with the Bretton Woods institution to technically right the wrong act storming in the tea kettle.

This is an obvious manifestation one needs to be told, that they have been invariant under rotation of the coordinate axes and that attest to the fact that they will deliver with time. Of course, something is being put in place to especially vary the routine of the citizenry. And that the state institutions must be allowed to operate as independent entities without any interference from those infested with the insignia of the regime, so that the institutions would work conscientiously to accomplish the anticipatory goals that the state has proudly crafted for all and sundry.

Let us not act in a way suggestive of a thorough-going prophet of doom but to remain resolute in defense of the structural initiatives in place whilst putting the sordid past behind us.

For once, the rain has revived the wilting shrubs and the sun is seen rising in the maples, saplings would be cut as wooden posts to stake the creeping tendrils. All is not lost yet. There is an atmosphere of cautious optimism. God bless GHANA!

By Jefferson.

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