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This is the situation, Ive been with my girl friend for almost 2 years and have nothing to complain so far, short time a go I notice some cuestionable phone calls to her cell, like talking softly or simply not answering some calls. I take the time to take a look at her cell when she was in the shower and memorize a strange number calling her mostly everyday usually when Im not in her house or by her side, there were incoming and outgoing calls. After a few days I confront her about the calls and she answer that those calls are from a work person who give some confidential information about someone stealing money from the company she works, she is like an spy on the company and report directly to the president of this company, now the confusion persist after this answer as she still ignoring the calls in my presence or simply answer and talk very soft and write some silly thinks on a paper as the person who call give some information or simply faking, still my confusion after I check the phone again and see that this guy call her on sat and sun, will this guy is workaholic or is other thing?, so I confront her again about the calls on weekends and late at night and gets angry, so I kept quiet but still checking her phone, now she tried to hide the phone number under other name but Im not silly as I know under what name she hide the number. Now my confusion is that when I confront her, she assure me that Im sick and jump on things with out proof, sure she doesnt know that I know she hide the number under other name and know for sure the calls still coming and going, but know for sure she is not taking time to see other person as she is home everyday early and spend weekends with me, but calls still coming, I will like your opinion about this information, will I broke with her? or give time to be sure? or with this I know is evident and Im playing silly with myself?
Even decades past his death, the name, Kwame Nkrumah is still making waves in the political arena in Africa. Mention his name in a political conversation and you are bound to hear accolades heaped on him. So popular is the name that according to his uncle, some unscrupulous folks in Ghana are trying to profit from the name. But while he was alive, he was portrayed as a dictator, a money-grubber whose ambition of uniting Africa was motivated by selfish desires.
Yeah, despite all these accolades and aspersions, one has to wonder though, "Would Africa have been in a better position if Nkrumah had suceeded in uniting all the countries"? At first, I admired his basic ideology of uniting Africa to free the continent from the shackles of colonialism. But after much investigation, my respect for him has dwindled. The man was a tyrant in the first place, declaring himself the life president of Ghana, prior to his overthrow. He was alleged to have killed rivals of his, and remember that his dear friend was none other person than Sekou Toure (remember his infamous role in jailing Camara Laye's wife which led to their divorce seven years later.). He acquired all sorts of title, like the Osagyefo and several books have surfaced that there was a movement that sort of proclaimed him to be the sav, of Ghana. Actually, there is a term that was used, but wont spell it because it is blasphemous to say the least. During his life in exile, he was so consumed in returning back to his country as a leader, that he was seperated from his wife and children during that time. When he was toppled in 1966, while on a foreign mission, his wife and kids were evacuated to Egypt and he flew back to conakry. His wife and children would not see him again till his death in 1972. Their conversation was limited to letters and perhaps phone calls. So, after reading about the storied leader of Ghana and his quest, his ambitions, I think they were motivated by selfish ones. As our people say, show me your friend and I will tell you who you are. His friendship with Sekou Toure was remarkably a peaceful one. His hospitable host, Toure even appointed him as the co-president of Guinea, but I think it was just a ceremonial title.
What do you all think? Today, Nkrumah's status as Africa's leading statesman is unchallenged, even by Mandela, as I read in one African Publication. A true Pan-African by heart, he remains a force to be reckoned with in African politics. His wife, the Egyptian lady even has a name printed on one of the attires in Ghana.