THE PARADOX OF THE INCOMPETENT ONE: The Unveiling Of A Rape Advocate ON The Day The Rapists Were Jailed.
History, they say, repeats itself wit h startling accuracy. It was four years ago today when Mugabe Maase and his partners in crime of the Montie trio were convicted and incarcerated in Nsawam.
The gory details of that dastardly act are worth reincarnated. The trio threatened to not only beat up some Justices of the Supreme Court but to also rape the then Chief Justice, Georgina Theodora Wood for not conforming to their whims and caprices.
Alistair Nelson, Godwin Ako Gunn and the host of the show, Pampaso, Salifu Maase known as ‘Mugabe,’ and owners of the radio station were found guilty of contempt charges, following threats by the panelists to kill High Court and Supreme Court Judges.
Giving her judgment, Presiding Judge, Justice Sophia Akuffo, indicated that the two panelists willfully attacked the head of the Judiciary in the person of her Ladyship, Mrs. Georgina Theodora Wood, as well as lowering the authority of the court by insisting that they will not accept its judgment on the voters’ register.
While the trio were enjoying their stay at the Nsawam Prisons, there were some leading women of the NDC who were eagerly signing petitions to have those criminally-minded media arsonists released from prison.
One of them was Jane Naana Opoku Agyemang, the running mate of Mahama. She appended her signature to a petition for those guys to be released to come out and visit their ill-intentioned mindsets on the revered Justices of the Supreme Court.
Today is exactly four years when this dark period of our politics was recorded. It is also the day Mahama has chosen to unveil Naana Opoku Agyemang, the very woman who wanted her fellow women raped and killed, to the general public.
The advocate for the raping of women is being unveiled on the day the rapists were incarcerated. I wouldn’t want to be in the shoes of the former Chief Justice and all the Justices of the Supreme Court who were threatened with rape.
I am sure they cannot watch the event. What a traumatic experience and day for these innocent women!
P.K.Sarpong, Whispers from the Corridors of the Thinking Place.