Since the police CID decided to charge me with publishing false news with the intention to cause fear and alarm, there has been an outpouring of support and encouragement from people far and near. “We are behind you,” is a phrase I’ve heard a lot recently.
I’ve also heard a good number of people say: “it serves you right.” Of course, this is from those who just couldn’t wait to break into a victory dance because Ato Kwamena Dadzie appears to be in trouble.
Truth be told, I don’t feel like I am in any trouble. I have not been thrown into a bunker – not yet! And I am not afraid to go to court to answer whatever questions I need to answer. I haven’t lost sight of the fact that I could be thrown in jail but that does not make me piss in my pants.
To those who are worried about me and wondering how I’m holding up, I want to say that there is no cause for “alarm”. Seriously, there is no “alarm”. There has never been any and so I am ok.
I have heard almost everything everyone has said about this issue. I could say a million things but a lot of my friends, well-wishers and advisers have asked me to lock them all up inside until further notice. I really can’t wait to pour them all out because they weigh too heavily on my heart and mind.
All I can say for now though is I owe no one an apology. I won’t reveal my sources and if that means going to jail, so be it. That is a small price to pay to make sure that journalists do their jobs – exposing what nation wreckers with privilege and power will go to every length to cover up.
So, to those on my side, I say “thank you”. I appreciate your concern, support and encouragement.
And to those who have broken into a victory dance over my supposed ‘downfall’, I’d say have fun. But, the last dance will be mine. I could be moonwalking all over the place before the Attorney General and the CID make up their mind on whether or not I should be placed in the dock.
I just can’t wait. In fact, I’d be quite disappointed if they don’t put me in the dock.
For now, I want to express my appreciation to friend and foe alike. You keep me on my toes and make me strive to be a better man, doing the best I can in the best way I know how.