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
At Mansokrom Village
(runs to meet his dad) Daddy!!! Daddy!!! Please, Daddy!!! You are welcome, where is mummy?
(hands over the takeaway to junior) Hey, aunty Adwoa said I should give you this. He said you should enjoy everything alone.
Thank you daddy but you didn’t answer my question.
I will answer you after you have finished eating your food my future soldierman. Before I forget how was school today?
Daddy you said I should go and eat so when I finish eating, I will tell you everything then you also tell me why mummy is not here with us.
Yes sir papa soldier, we have a deal, make sure you consume everything in that pack.
(walks in) Ah good day my brother, you are back already? Where is Akua so I go and greet her before she will start making a case against me.
(talks in a low tone) Kwame, please bring your voice down and let’s talk outside, I don’t want junior to hear what I intend to say to you.
(with a serious face) Name, please don’t tell me Akua has kicked the bucket because I won’t believe it?
(still in a low tone) Kwame you are shouting, I told you I don’t want junior to hear our conversation. Now follow me outside the compound so we talk.
We are here now so start talking my brother before I lose my cool.
Hmmmmm my brother there is fire on the mountain oooo, I don’t even know where to start or end even.
Name, say something erh, has Akua passed away or what? Whatever the problem is, you know you can always confide in me so start talking. Our elders say, a problem shared is a problem solved, talk to me.
(brings the letter out and hands it over to his friend) Bro, read the content of the letter in my hand then after that we can talk.
Back at the Presidency:
Director of Communication: My fellow media personnel, I welcome you to this brief session we are going to have. Earlier today my president, your president, our president broke the news of the resignation of the Roads, Highways and Transport Minister in the person of Honourable Nii Nortey Robertson. In my hand is the letter he wrote to the President informing him of his resignation. I would have love to read a portion of the letter to you guys but because of time and my tight schedule I will skip that and rather order for everyone to be given a copy before you guys leave this building. He explained some other things to the media personnel and later each media person is given a copy to send to his or her media house they represent.
Kofi Dumor immediately calls his tv station and he is put on the line to give a breaking news report on the information he had gathered so far.
Hello viewers, sorry to interrupt the beautiful Ghanaian movie you were enjoying this afternoon. There is a breaking news from the Presidency and as it was reported earlier by my colleague from the seat of government, he has gathered much important facts and he is on the line to share what he has with us. Kofi, if you can hear me, please tell us what you have been able to gather so far.
Thank you very much Doris and good afternoon to our cherished viewers once again. As I indicated earlier, this afternoon Honourable Nii Nortey Robertson tendered in his resignation letter to President when he was preparing to meet the U.N. Delegation that are in town as I am talking.
The head of the delegation wanted to have a brief meeting with our Roads, Highways and Transport Minister so that they can outline and map out the roads that is going to be constructed or see a facelift. It was after the humble request of the delegation leader where Mr President broke the resignation news to us. Doris as I am speaking now, I have been given a copy of the resignation letter and I am going to read the content of the letter to our cherished viewers and listeners. The letter is dated today and it was addressed to the President and the Chief of Staff copied, now here is what is in the resignation letter.
GOOD DAY MR PRESIDENT, IT IS WITH MUCH REGRET AND PAIN THAT I WRITE TO OFFICIALLY TENDER IN MY RESIGNATION LETTER TO YOU TODAY YOUR EXCELLENCY . MR PRESIDENT I WOULD LIKE TO START BY SAYING A VERY BIG THANK YOU FOR THE FAITH, CONFIDENCE AND TRUST YOU REPOSED IN ME BY APPOINTING ME AS A MINISTER TO TAKE CHARGE OF THE MINISTRY FOR ROADS, HIGHWAYS AND TRANSPORT.
BEFORE I WAS SWORN IN TO OFFICE, I MADE A VOW TO MYSELF AND YOU THAT I WILL CURB DOWN ROAD ACCIDENTS AND DEVELOP MORE ACCESSIBLE ROADS WITHIN THE SHORTEST POSSIBLE TIME. I TRIED MY BEST TO KEEP TO MY WORD AS FUNDS WERE RELEASED TO MY MINISTRY BUT I COULDN’T ACHIEVE MY AIM AND PURPOSE FOR COMING TO THIS OFFICE.
I FEEL I HAVE DISAPPOINTED YOU, YOUR EXCELLENCY AND MYSELF, TAKING TO CONSIDERATION AND ADVICE FROM SOME ACCOMPLISHED STATESMEN I HAVE DECIDED TO HOUNOURABLY RESIGN SO THAT SOMEONE TAKES CHARGE OF THE MINISTRY AND MAKE THE VISION OF THE PRESIDENT COME TO PASS. ONCE AGAIN I SAY A VERY BIG THANK YOU FOR THE TRUST AND CONFIDENCE YOU REPOSED ON ME SIR. I WISH YOU WELL IN ALL YOUR FUTURE ENDEAVOURS FOR MOTHER GHANA.
GOD BLESS YOU MR PRESIDENT. GOD BLESS OUR HOMELAND GHANA.
HONOURABLE NII NORTEY ROBERTSON.
(YOUR HUMBLE SERVANT AND MEMBER OF PARLIAMMENT FOR THE TEMA WEST CONSTITUENCY)
Woooow so Kofi if there is anything to go by, then it means the honourable minister resigned because he felt he was not able to achieve the target he set for himself and by so doing he decided to hounourably resign?
Certainly so my dear, after we were briefed on this latest development we the presidential correspondents tried to reach Hon. Nii Nortey Robertson on phone but his line didn’t go through.
Okay Kofi then I am going to leave you now so you gather the remaining information and bring it to the studio for this evening’s bulletin.
Okay Doris, our viewers should trust us for first hand information which breaks because we are there to inform, educate and entertain them. My name is Kofi Dumor reporting live from the Presidency (call ends)
Well viewers, if you just tuned in, my colleague at the seat of government just read the contents in the resignation letter of Hon. Nii Nortey Robertson, the former minister for the merged ministry the President appointed him to head. I believe this new development will be the talk of town after the President relieved the Inspector General of Police of his duty some days ago. Trust TV1 and Radio1 to bring you first hand information when we get in touch with the honourable member. The movie you are watching continues shortly, thanks for your time. My name is Doris Serwaa Ntim, enjoy the rest of our programs.
Back at Mansokrom:
Kwame Adjei: Ah, some women are wicked and ungrateful, Twum so after all you did for this woman, this is how she chose to repay you? Hmmmmm, accept my profound sympathy for this unexpected blow that has been thrown at you. At least, a huge burden has been taken away from your shoulder because I knew you were not happy with the way she was disturbing you in that house. Our elders say when one door locks, another door opens but most at times we spend time trying to find a key to unlock the locked door whiles another one is wide open. It is not easy but please take heart. Mmmm, have you broken the news to the kids?
Twum Boafo: Kwame that is my major worry now, I don’t know how I am going to face junior with this devastating news. His hopes were so high that he was going to see his mother today but look at what the devil has done.
Kwame Adjei: Ah, so this man called the devil koraa, is he that stupid? So he won’t come out to defend himself when he is most at times accused wrongly. If anyone foolishly and stupidly commits a silly mistake, he is the only person the blame is shifted upon. As I said earlier on, what concerns you concerns me, you know junior is my main man and I know how to relate to him, let us go and see him, I know how I am going to break the news to him.
Twum Boafo: Kwame are you sure? I don’t want that youngman to be heartbroken or feel dejected now because he is too young to experience this. Some few months ago he went through hell as we moved here and he was trying to adjust to our system here.
Kwame Adjei: Name, I feel your pain but you know when you are born a man, you are born to problems and troubles. You also know what doesn’t kill you ends up making you stronger, junior is a strong boy and trust me, he won’t even miss the absence of his mother for a day. Let me go and see him and give him the news so that he starts to see the reality of the matter on ground.
Twum Boafo: Kwame I am scared over here oooo, if anything should happen to that youngman, I don’t know how I can stand it. Akua you have really worried my life by doing this to me, you made a for better for worse vow to me and just when the worse came, you decided to turn your back on me. Hmmmm, I wish you all the best of luck everywhere you find yourself but I know with or without you, my life will be better.
Kwame Adjei: I like how you have accepted your fate in a very good spirit. Tonight I owe you 2 bottles of fresh palmwine from Agya Nimo’s base.
Twum Boafo: You and your love for fresh palmwine, I don’t know what will make you stop drinking that drink on this earth.
Kwame Adjei: My brother when you take water out from this world, the next important liquid is palmwine and have you wondered why I am still young and strong like I am still in my hay days? You, this evening take a stroll behind my room after 10pm and you will hear the testimony and accolades my young wife has been singing for me. You know what, today I have a confession to make, my wife twin sister has been admiring you for long and she is ever ready to jump into your sinking boat so you sail together. Seriously, you can’t be unrinating through that thing only, my brother.
Twum Boafo: (gives a loud laughter before talking) Herh, do you drink soup at all, you have not changed from your old ways since our childhood.
Kwame Adjei: If my name is still the old name you know then why should I change? My friend follow me and see the way I will handle the youngman, it is a helper I didn’t get like by now I should be a renowned lawyer in this country where my name will be all over the place and those high time ladies will be chasing after me.
Back at Lovia’s End:
Cindy: Baby girl how do I look? Am I looking sexy and smashing enough?
Lovia: Ah, but if it is your uncle you said you are going to meet, why should you dress like you are going on a date? My dear you need to tone your make-up down a bit so that your uncle won’t go and criticize you bitterly.
Cindy: I asked a simple question and you just walked me through a morality lecture. Who told you my uncle was not a fashionist? Please don’t derail me from my happy mood this evening because you tried in the morning and you didn’t succeed. I am off and don’t bother leaving food for me this evening because I don’t know whether I will come home this evening or not. I will call you to inform you of any new development when I get to my uncle’s place, I will see you later. (walks out of the room)
Hon. Nii Nortey’s Residence:
Mrs Nortey: Hello Olivia, this one that you are calling me shortly after I left your end I hope all is well?
Olivia: All is well at my end but I just saw on the television that your husband has resigned from his ministerial position and you didn’t alert me when you came to my end and we spoke about him this afternoon.
Mrs Nortey: Ah what did you just say? If my ears didn’t decieve me and I heard you right then you meant to say my husband has resigned from his position and that he is not a minister any longer?
Olivia: That is exactly what I heard when I switched the television on. As a matter of fact, that is the news for the day and every tv station you tune into the news is there and people are discussing about it.
Mrs Nortey: Ah wait oooo, I don’t understand something Olivia, am I actually sleeping or we are talking in reality?
Olivia: Ah, who is talking about sleep here my dear, this is the reality of the matter even though it doesn’t sound pleasing and favourable for you.
Mrs Nortey: So Nii Nortey took this wicked decision and he never bothered to alert me on that. He will come and meet me in this house this evening Olivia. He will come and meet me………….
Corruption Corner. 1.How would Junior digest the news of his mother’s exit?
2.Will Twum Boafo accept the offer been given to him by the matron?
3.Will Cindy have her way this time also?
4.What do you think awaits Hon. Nii Nortey when he gets home?
The discussion is getting heated on some platforms, yours can also be same as you bring your views on-board.
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