Today being Friday, is a typical market day in Kasoa, which could partly be attributed to the unusual traffic within this part of town.
The atmosphere was characterized with calmness, apart from the usual noise from the vehicular activities.
“okada riders and “trotro” drivers were busily taking passengers on their journeys.
But all of a sudden, I heard 4 more for Nana from a bus driver heading towards Kasoa, which attracted a response from an “Okada driver”; he went like “eb3 y3 wu s33 Cini, Mahama Afa daada w) sumsum mu.”
On my way forward, I overheard another group of people in front of a shop, arguing; so I got closer only to be told that they all belong to one family, yet with different political affiliations.
The beauty at this part of town should be recorded in the history books.
These folks were eating together, yet arguing over projects under Ex President Mahama led administration and Pres Nana Addo’s administration; I tell you, this was real fun and a sight to behold.
I just got to know that, students will be going to tertiary free, amidst a promise of scholarship from incumbent and a promise of free entry in terms of fees, from opposition.
Yes, who says competition ain’t good?
It’s only left for Ghanaians to be promised free visa to heaven and back, I tell you.
Fast forward, many closed earlier from work today; whilst some have even set off on their journey to spend weekends at their various Constituencies, thinking today is a holiday.
But this development seem to have led to a decline in traffic jam today.
The capital city is quite free from the usual extreme vehicular traffic.
As it stands at now, many do not know their fate with regards to job or contract continuity at the various governmental sectors.
This have kept many off the political slogan chants; with mixed feelings here and there.
Perhaps when you are tempted to shout “4 more for Nana” or “Mahama Afa”, you might have to pause to reflect on the emotions of these groups of people with varying political affiliations.
Meanwhile, our brethren Porters popularly called “kayayee” on the flip side, will be smiling into the weekend, as the Incumbent party takes care of their various transport cost to their homeland, isn’t it awesome?
Don’t worry, I know what you’re thinking.
Later part of this evening, I also got to know that some households of worship are meeting this evening to intercede for the Nation; may be you may also love to partake in this worthy course in your own way.
God listens to silent prayers, you know.
Meanwhile for some obvious reasons, everywhere seem to be calm as the elections is impending; but arguments, counter arguments, propaganda and all the expected machinery programed to win these elections, is on higher pedestal now, as it comes to a climax.
As we proceed on to this long weekend, may we have a true reflection on Godliness, patriotism, peace, nation building, leadership, and posterity.
God bless our homeland Ghana!
Best of the weekend folks!
It is well!