FOUNDER AND Leader of Ghana Freedom Party (GFP), Madam Akua Donkor has been left alone to wander on the political front.
Her situation was largely manifested last week when her colleagues did not consider her worthy of being invited for the ?peace-seeking mission? including the concept of a ?power-sharing arrangement?.
Aggrieved somewhat for being left out she condemned the trip as useless and of no effect.
The presidential candidates including Akwasi Addai popularly called ?Odike? and others, visited President Mahama and Nana Akufo-Addo with a message of peace including the idea of a power-sharing arrangement.
The integrity and politically challenged Madam Akua Donkor, whose party exists only on her lips, has suffered major setbacks after questions about her motive for being in politics came on the spotlight.
Her political killjoy mission which the ruling NDC found handy for a while now appears abandoned as her relationship of convenience with the President also turns the corner.
She has denied this though, insisting that she is on good terms with him saying, ?nothing has changed.?
After a visit to an Accra-based radio station last week she demanded for direction to a widely circulating newspaper and was directed to the office of the DAILY GUIDE which she located after a hard search with a National Security operative as bodyguard.
She rode in a state provided pick up van with confusion written all over her face.
Her mission: to run down the visit of her colleagues to the two political leaders and to rain insults on Paa Kwesi Nduom and Nana Akufo-Addo.
The seizure of a car which was given to her by Dr Paa Kwesi Nduom remains in her mind as the episode recurred in her remarks while in the offices of DAILY GUIDE.
Riding double-cabin pickup and a state provided bodyguard she said people hate President Mahama because he is a Northerner.
Speaking with Kofi Asante of Nhyira FM in Kumasi later she chastised the presidential candidates for initiating this peace process, claiming the visit was intended to score cheap popularity.
In a sour grapes reaction to the decision of her colleagues to ditch her she said ?even if they had invited me, I wouldn?t have joined them for this mission because it is useless.?
Madam Akua Donkor?s efforts to be relevant to local politics appears to be yielding diminishing returns, as her remarks are regarded as sources of comic relief especially her ignorance about contemporary Ghanaian developments.
FROM I.F. Joe Awuah Jnr., Kumasi