What John Zibiri said about Ghana

  • Mar 27, 2019
  • g/Opinions
  • Aiphay
I worked and lived in Accra for over 20 years. I ran my own private company from 2001 until 2018. Two million of the likes of Kennedy Agyapong cannot change Ghana. 🕹Everything is wrong with Ghana . 📍The Director won't give you contract except you pay up front . 📍The banks won't give you loan except you concede a certain percentage. 🚩The man supervising the contract won't pass the job except you play ball. 🚩The clerk won't pass your file for payment except you rob his palm. 🚩The accounts department won't raise your payment voucher or cheque unless you see them. I can go on and on. 📍The worst thing is that it has become a norm that nobody sees anything wrong with. 🚩 If you think otherwise, they begin to think you are sick and not normal. 📍If you try to stand in their way, you put your life at risk. 🚩If you get killed there is no justice system in place to seek redress and bring the perpetrators to book. 📍The police is corrupt , the Judiciary is the same. 🚩Even the religious circle is not spared. 📍Everything in Ghana revolves around corruption. 🚩Nobody cares about anybody. No law and order. 🚩 I looked from my left to right, everybody is only desperate about one thing "money". 📍They will kill anybody and anything that stand between them and money. 🚩I am an electrical engineer with MNSE and COREN. The system don't care about my qualifications. 🚩Distribution and transmission jobs are given to alhajis, pastors, friends and relatives without any basic skills. 🚩I started asking myself, how do I convince my kids that education and hard work is rewarding? 🙈When fools, agberos and touts are running the country from the local govt to the Presidency. 🚩Is this what my four sons will also go through? In 2018 I decided I have had enough. I decided I was leaving. I migrated to Australia with my family. 🚩Don't put yourself in harm way for any reason. 🚩The problem of Ghana is in the hands of Ghanaians living in Ghana. 🙉Try starting a gate house in your village, everybody wants to profiteer from it. The bricklayer, the carpenter, the mason and even your brother who claim to be supervising on your behalf. 🚩They are corrupt, morally bankrupt and selfish. 🚩 Everybody there thinks about himself and nobody is thinking about Ghana. 📍You don't have to be the one to go there to change anything. 🚩Let those under the hammer start the revolution. I beg make you hear word. 🙊This post is gonna anger a lot of my followers. I'm still gonna post it anyway. *Analogy of OPPRESSORS & FOOLISH CITIZENS. *(A case study of Ghana citizens & their elected oppressors): 🙊 During the Soviet dictatorship of Joseph Stalin. He was a brutal dictator with mind of his own. On one fateful day, Stalin came to Politburo meeting with a live chicken. Standing in front of audience, He started to pluck the feathers of the live chicken off one by one. 🚩The chicken trembled in pain, blood tricking out of its pores. It gave out grievous cries, but Stalin being a cruel dictator continued without remorse plucking the feathers out until the chicken was completely naked. After which, he threw the chicken on the ground. 🚩The naked chicken was staggering in pain. Stalin goes into his pocket and from his pockets, he took out some chicken food and started to throw it at the poor & hapless creature. 🚩The poor chicken in pain started eating and Stalin started walking towards his seat. As he walked away, he kept dropping some feeds on the floor & the chicken followed him and sat feeding from his feet. 📍Joseph Stalin then turned to members of his political party leadership. 🚩He said, "This chicken represents the people". 🚩"You must disempower them, brutalise them, beat them up, starve them and then leave them". 🚩"If you do this, go into your pocket & give them peanuts when they are in that helpless and desperate situation, they will blindly follow you for the rest of their life, worshiping you". 🚩"They will think you are a hero forever. They will forget that, you're responsible for their sorrowful situation in the first place." 😇 Breath taking, isn't it ? 🙋‍♂ Now! Take a look at all the people some Ghanaians are busy defending on social media. 🚩Take a look at those they call their heroes. 🚩They are the same people who plunged Ghana into the situation she is. 🚩They are the same people who are responsible for their predicaments. 🙈Did you see the numbers of people that throng to Saraki's house during this Christmas period to go and collect peanuts? 🙉Did you see the crowd that welcomed the bost MD? 🚩Your guess is as good as mine. And the likes of many others, we all know about. 📍Ghanaians kill those they should defend and defend those they should kill! 🙉 Pass to all your contacts & let your government know we know. Author by: unknown.
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Details of the Ethiopian Airline Crash

  • Mar 26, 2019
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  • Aiphay
Death by Computer 189 people recently died in a tragic crash. The crew and passengers of Lion Air JT610 on board a brand new Boeing 737 MAX 8 never had a chance. The less than three months old plane had a new software in it. They called it MCAS or Maneuvering Chracteristics Augmentations System. MCAS was a system that didn't exist in any of the Boeing 737's before. However, when they built the 737 MAX version, in layman's term, they built the plane with a larger and more efficient engine. However, this larger engine, which delivered a further 14% fuel efficiency had to be fitted further forward under the low wings of the 737. This potentially may cause the plane to stall. Stalling is bad. It is basically when a plane stops flying and starts falling. In order to avoid this, Boeing installed the new MCAS software. This software is designed to tell the plane to move its nose down to increase its speed and avoid it from stalling. So here comes the problem. In the computer world, we have this term called GIGO. The old school fella's will know this. Yes. Garbage In, Garbage Out. The problem based on the findings so far is this. On the plane there is a sensor called the Alpha Vane which measures the Angle of Attack (AOA) of the plane. It looks like a small little wing, and they have two of it, one on the pilot side, and the other on the co-pilot's. The sensor's job is to tell the computer the angle the plane is flying at. And if the AOA of the plane is too high, this will result in the plane stalling. Typically the AOA is below 15 to 20 degrees, and the new MCAS software will push the plane's nose down if it thinks that the AOA is too high. Now. With flight JT610, the Alpha Vane sensor measuring the AOA on the Captain's side was reported to be faulty. So they changed it. That fault was reported from the equally harrowing flight from Bali to Jakarta. On the fateful final flight, the plane which arrived from Bali the night before, had the sensor changed, and then it took off in the morning. No one knew what was really wrong with the plane, or about the new MCAS software. No one. Not the maintenance folks, and in fact not even the pilot. He apparently wasn't trained on it yet. So they flew the plane. And once in the air, the faulty sensor told the computer that the plane is stalling. The computer then, without the pilot ever knowing pushed the nose of the plane down further, while the pilot was trying to raise the plane. In this battle between the pilot and the computer, the computer won. And the pilot, the crew, and the passengers lost and they died. The plane was too low, and the pilot didn't have enough air to raise the plane and fly it. The computer literally flew the plane into the ocean. A few weeks later, Boeing issued an update on the plane, and informed that should the plane have an issue with it's AOA sensors, one of the way to stop the computer was to switch it off! Apparently 189 lives could have been saved, had the pilot knew about the software, and flipped a switch to turn it off. A switch! A single simple switch was the difference between life and death. I am still fuming thinking about this. A switch! Computers are really going to be the end of us all, because while a man makes mistakes, to really, really screw up; you need a computer! #copied
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Ken Agyapong reveals the cause of recent dumsor

  • Nov 28, 2018
  • g/Opinions
  • Simons
According to Adomfmonline.com, Kennedy Agyapong, the Member of Parliament for Assin Central, has urged the Akufo-Addo led government, especially the Energy Minister, Peter Amewu to be truthful to Ghanaians on the current energy crisis. He believes the power crisis, popularly known as ‘dumsor’, is a financial problem which if not resolved, could affect their chances in 2020. During the peak of the outages last week, the Minority accused government of failing to pay debts owed the power producers. The failure to pay these debts in their view was the cause of the outages. But the Energy Minister, Peter Amewu at a joined press conference with ECG, VRA, and GRIDCO on Monday in Accra said the Minority’s claims were untrue. Although he admits that there still remains debts to be settled, he denied it was the reason for the outages. But the controversial MP on Adom TV’s morning show “Badwam” Tuesday said the NPP has run out of excuses after two years in power hence have to solve the problems they had accused the National Democratic Congress (NDC) of failing to fix while in power. “The energy minister and his team should be straightforward and speak the truth about the issue because I believe it’s a financial problem,” he stated. Mr Agyapong stated that inasmuch as the NPP would have criticised the NDC on the same issue, the Energy Minister has no excuse. “They should solve the problem. Look for money and solve the issue because it’s not an excuse, we’ve gone two years and we can’t blame Mahama again for Dumsor. If NPP were to be in opposition, we would have criticised the NDC on this issue and so I won’t keep quiet but to tell my government to also fix the issue,” he stated.
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This speaks much for itself

  • Nov 23, 2018
  • g/Opinions
  • Fela
Cathedral vrs Alleviating poverty. The tales of the political syndrome in Ghana. hhhmm
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