But in GaDangme, “Naa Adukwei” sounds better!
Yeah, the name denotes strength, greatness, unmoved, resolute, and firmness!
Right from the early days of the electioneering process, she’s undergone severe pressure, one that even Martin Amidu couldn’t stand.
Maa Jean proved beyond reasonable doubt, that what a man can do, women can do better.
Days, weeks, months and years have been counted, and today by the strong resolve and composure of this beautiful soul, Ghanaians have exercised their franchise without fear or intimidation!
One man told me, “If madam Jean had been my wife, I will take her on a holiday in the Caribbean’s, after she had declared the winners, of this election, to give her a manly treat.”
I can’t help than to agree with him.
As the Nation becomes more cosmopolitan with discerning citizens, women are becoming more stronger, even as they contribute great quota to national development.
The electoral commissioner deserves great commendation from Ghanaians, even as we wait for the final outcome.
Ghanaians really tested her pulse, and she has proven to be one of the finest.
God bless our homeland Ghana!
It is well!