I am Akoto Adjei Alexander, a Christian. A product of Abetifi Presbyterian Senior High School, Abetifi-Kwahu. I am in my late 20’s and the last born of the boys my parent brought to earth. I am a fiction/scriptwriter who loves to write about nature and the realities of life. Furthermore, I do a little of Graphics Design, I do MC’ing of events somethings, a Motivational Speaker and a Relationship Talk Expert.
ALEXANDER AKOTO ADJEI
IGP: Your Excellency, the suspect is a foreigner and I didn’t want to do anything that will dent the bilateral relationship our country enjoys with his country.
President R. Mensah: Were you listen to yourself when you tried to explain yourself to us? You were sounding like a broken record Mr Kofi Boakye. I don’t believe you would be giving such an excuse if those girls were your daughters or grandchildren. I don’t know why some people don’t care about others when they are not blood related? Have you for once put yourself in the shoes of the girls families?
IGP: Sir I have done so on several occasions and that is the reason why I am doing everything humanly possible to get information from the suspect.
President R. Mensah: Oh really? I can say very confidently that you have lost your skills as an intelligent officer and I hereby relief you of your duties as the Inspector General of Police. Pearl go and prepare his immediate letter of relief, I won’t be needing his unwarranted service here in my office or country.
Hon. Asantewaa: Your Excellency please can you calm down a bit? Relieving the Inspector General of Police of his duties at this crucial time will give room for more bad things to happen in this country, please reconsider your decision on the step you just took. Now Mr Boakye, is there anything or plans you would like to share with us?
IGP: No ma’am.
President R. Mensah: You see he has suddenly gone numb and clueless, his deputy will step in as an acting Inspector General. From henceforth I won’t be appointing some people to head some institutions, rather I will give the senior officers or directors of that institution to vote or appoint their own leaders. Mr Boakye your farewell ceremony will be held in 3days time, you can now leave us.
IGP: Thank you very much for appointing me into that high office to serve as the Inspector General of the Police Service. I shall remain indebted to you always your Excellency (salutes and walks out)
President R. Mensah: Now COP Ansah Agyemang you know the task ahead of you, I outlined the new criteria of which the new IGP will be appointed so it is left for you to take measure that will make your colleagues to maintain you. I want immediate results concerning the missing girls and I don’t care how you do it. You can leave us and go home because to whom much is given, much is expected in return. A press release will be issued tomorrow to effect your appointment as acting IGP.
COP Ansah-Agyemang: I won’t disappoint you your Excellency, you will see a transformation soon in this case and the police administration. Have a pleasant evening (salutes and walks to the door)
Vice Prez. J. Bugri: COP Ansah-Agyemang, don’t be so much carried away by saying things you can’t do. All the same congratulations on your appointment.
President R. Mensah: Let us draw the curtains for today’s activities to an end, there is a lot to be done in the days ahead. Hon. Asantewaa, you will join me tomorrow as we go and inspect the drenching of the Odaw drains, after that we will move to the Korle lagoon and check that place then from there we will move to Madina and Adenta to check on the contractors working on the footbridges.
I heard the residents of Nungua are also complaining of some choked drains which needs the attention of the government, we will pay them a surprise visit then lastly we will join the first lady as she visits the children’s ward at Korle Bu Hospital. Before I say anything, can you make it looking at your health condition?
Hon. Asantewaa: I am sure by tomorrow I will be fit to join you do those important rounds.
President R. Mensah: Thanks very much my political mother. Your Excellency James Bugri, you have been quite since you came to this office, is everything alright?
Vice Prez. J. Bugri: I got an alarming call a while ago, I was told my mother fell down from the stairs and she is in a critical condition now at the Tamale teaching hospital.
President R. Mensah: Sorry to hear that, if by tomorrow her condition has not improved, I will order for her to be flown down here and if it doesn’t get any better, she will be taken out of the country for a proper examination. Can you go and commission the projects and factories I assigned to you?
Vice Prez. J. Bugri: I will do as we have planned, hope my speech is ready Danny?
Danny: Yes please, I have emailed it to you for you to go through before I will do the printout. If there are any corrections please let me know so I address it immediately.
Vice Prez. J. Bugri: I will check it the moment I sit in my car and get back to you before I sleep tonight. Your Excellency and Madam Asantewaa, I will beg to take my leave now as I go and prepare for tomorrow. Your Excellency welcome home and congratulations once again.
President R. Mensah: Thank you very much, my regards to the second lady and your children. Goodnight
Vice Prez. J. Bugri: They will hear of it and I also wish you a blissful evening. Good night. (walks out)
President R. Mensah: Hon. Asantewaa, please we are together now, be honest with me in the question I am about to ask you. Did I do the right thing by relieving the Inspector General of Police from his post?
Hon. Asantewaa: Honestly I would have done same if I were in your shoes, the IGP was not having a clue as to what step to take again. For him to come and sit infront of journalist to ridicule himself I believe the best action was what you did. Now anyone who takes over will know that you are a results oriented person so he or she will push harder for crime to reduce to its bearest minimum.
President R. Mensah: Hon. Asantewaa, please go and catch some sleep. We have a very busy day tomorrow.
Hon. Asantewaa: You equally need rest your Excellency, you just came back from a long trip and staying up late might trigger some medical complications for you. Please let’s set out of your office together because I know if I leave you here, you might sleep in this office tonight. Ghana needs you fit and strong so that you can stir affairs very well for our own good.
President R. Mensah: My political God mother, I will oblige to your request and do exactly as you have said.
The president and his chief of staff steps out of the presidential building and depart in their different cars.
The next morning the news of the relief of the former IGP spreads like a wild fire in the country.
TV Anchor: Good day lovely viewers, our elders say if we wake up and don’t hear anything new then it is a taboo. Whiles we were asleep last night, there was a shakeup in the police administration, in my hand right now is a press release that came from the presidency. I will read a portion of the letter I have in my hand for time sake.
Yesternite I relieved Mr Kofi Boakye of his position as the Inspector General of Police and nominated his deputy to be the interim Inspector General of the Police until the senior officers of the police service appoint their new leader. The reason for relieving him of his duty was his slow pace of getting results in the kidnapping issue. As I took an oath to defend, preserve and protect Ghana and her citizens, so shall it remain.
I have charged the acting IGP to unravel the mystery surrounding the kidnapping issue of the girls in the shortest possible time. To the families of the girls I want you to know that, I, your President and Commander in Chief of the Ghana Armed Forces, my heart is with you and I share in every little pain you are going through. I want to affirm and assure you that, your girls will be found and brought to you safely in the comfort of your homes. May the good Lord be your source of hope and comfort as we await the return of the missing girls.
May the good Lord bless our homeland Ghana.
(President of the Republic of Ghana)
Twum Boafo: This man is a no-nonsense man, he is thirst for results and I know in no time, we will hear good news coming from the police. Junior are you not done so we go to the hospital, your mother’s food will go cold if we don’t hurry up to the hospital.
Junior: I am done daddy, I was only looking for mummy’s bible because I felt she might need it.
Twum Boafo: Well you did well but I don’t think your mum will have eyes to read it as at now. Let’s hurry up so we meet uncle Adjei by the road.
Back at the City:
Landlady: I don’t understand something over here ooo, before I left the shop for Lauren to handle yesterday monrning it was stocked with provisions to the brim. I only came back from church to see that the shop was almost empty and I was so excited thinking market was good for me only to check in the sales book to see only 82cedis was recorded in it. Mr Mankata you better talk to your son so he releases my money for me or else there will be no peace in this house.
Landlord: Lauren you heard your mother so I need not repeat myself on the issue on board. Where is your mother’s money?
Lauren: Ah daddy what do you expect me to say? The things I sold were what I recorded in her sales book so I don’t know what else to say again.
Landlady: Lauren don’t let me place a curse on you this morning. Are you trying to say I am stupid and I don’t know what I am saying or do you want to tell your father that I am lying. Or you want me to believe that those things in my shop developed wings and legs and left my shop huh? You know your mother so don’t let me start my thing because if I do, this house can’t contain us. I spent all the money I had saved for the past 5years to restock the shop just last week.
Landlord: Lauren I don’t want to involve myself in this issue because if I do things will take a different dimension in this very room. Madam you can go ahead and do as you please, I am off to town.
Landlady: Oh so that is all you will say erh? No problem, don’t blame me for anything that happens to your son. Herh why is this girl, she should go and buy local eggs for me. Fatima where are you?
Fatima: (runs into the room) Madam please you called me?
Landlady: Yes I called you, take this money and buy me 7 red kola nuts, 7 local eggs then buy akpeteshie quarter from maame Fanti when coming back.
Fatima: Madam please do you want bitters or raw?
Landlady: I want raw because I am coming to use it for something very important. If my provisions developed wings and legs to locate it’s way out of my shop, they will run back to my shop again. Now hurry up and get my things for me.
Lauren: Mom so what do you intend to do with the local eggs and the akpeteshie you sent Fatima to buy?
Landlady: You said you don’t know how and where my provisions passed? Don’t worry my son, when you push an old woman to the ground, where she falls is not your business. The gods of my hometown will bring my missing things to me after I have given them my local eggs, kola nuts and the akpeteshie. Whoever had a hand in my missing things will die like a fowl who has developed bird flu.
Lauren: Mom but you are a Christian and the leader of the women’s fellowship, the bible speaks about practising idolism.
Landlady: Don’t worry my son, it is my cross so let me carry it. The same bible says it is better to enter the kingdom of God with one hand rather than two hands which will lead you into trouble.
Fatima: (returns with the said items) Madam please I am back but I only got white local eggs. I hope you are okay with that
Landlady: Ah that is exactly what I wanted. Drop the things here so that you go and continue with what you are doing. Today those who had a hand in my missing things will see the very last day of their miserable lives. Let me proceed to the gutter and give to Caesar what belongs to him, when that person behind my missing things dies and goes to hell, he will tell the devil what brought him or her to that place……….
Will Lauren confess or keep mute?
Have you ever taken or stolen someone’s thing and have been caught in such spotlight before?
Did the President take the right step by relieving the IGP of his post because of the kidnapped girls?
Let the discussions flow as always on the various platforms.
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To be continued…………………………………………………………………………………………………………#Yeb3toaso
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