Prez Mahama To Repeal Freedom of Speech ‘Cos Ghanaians Are Abusing It By Insulting Him Too Much
In 1992, the fourth republic of Ghana adopted a constitution in which the right to free speech was forever enshrined. The constitution declares in no equivocal terms that in Article 21(1) (a): All persons shall have the right to freedom of speech and expression. It also guarantees that every individual in Ghana has the right to say anything that they want, whenever that they want and wherever that they want.
However, the one and only Ghana’s ‘competent’ president, President John Dramani Mahama, has decided to abolish the freedom of speech before November.
According to information reaching ScrewLife.Com, the dead-goat president is worried about how Ghanaians are abusing this wonderful freedom by using every opportunity they get to insult him. This, he says, is very unacceptable for citizens to be insulting their leader anyhow.
“His Excellency is very vexed about this whole thing. Sometimes we have to calm him down when he hears people saying bad things about his personality,” our source who spoke on condition of anonymity said.
He further stated that the President has been given a whole lot of names including ‘Dumsor King’, ‘Mr. Incompetent’, ‘Branding Master’, ‘Guantanamo Soldier’ etc. which he’s not excited about them.
According to our source, when freedom of speech is repealed, people would not be able to call him by those names again.