Sycophancy: woes of Kwaku Nkrabea (Part 3)

Friday, January 6, 2023.

Continued from part 2

On the WhatsApp platform:

Prof. Asempa: This year, as President of the National Association of Skillful and Patriotic Doctors (NASPADO), we shall be having outreach services in my village in the Upper, Uppermost Region of the Country. All members should pay their dues so that we have money for this project.

R: Thank you, Prof. Asempa, you are a visionary. God bless you!

Dr. W: Wonderful, Prof. You are a blessing to the country.

Dr. Y: Prof., this country will change if we have 10 of your kind. We are behind you.

A: Thank you, Prof. Asempa.

B: Thank you, Prof. You should be President of this country.

C: Thank you, Prof!

D: You are a man of action, Prof. Thank you!

E: Thank you, Prof. You have always been my role model.

F: Long live, Prof! Long live, NASPADO!

Kwaku Nkrabea: Prof. Asempa, the statistics you presented last week indicate that there are more cases and deaths in the Middle Belt than in the Upper, Uppermost Region. Furthermore, the Middle Belt has no medical doctors. The Upper, Uppermost Region has many medical doctors that you arranged to be posted there. I think the outreach should be in the Middle Belt.

R: Trust Kwaku Nkrabea to attempt to destroy anything positive. Prof. Asempa, we are solidly behind you!

Dr. W: Kwaku Nkrabea, do you know what leadership is? Have you even been Class Prefect before?

Dr. Y: When people are killing themselves to achieve results, Kwaku Nkrabea will be discouraging them. What a human being! We support you, Prof. Asempa.

A: Good people of NASPADO, don’t mind Kwaku Nkrabea. We shall succeed.

B: Prof. Asempa, count me in. Kwaku Nkrabea can go to the Middle Belt alone.

C: I have never been to the Upper, Uppermost Region and Kwaku Nkrabea wants to spoil our plans.

D: Does Kwaku Nkrabea come from the Middle Belt? The President has spoken. We are going to the Upper, Uppermost Region.

E: Long live, Prof. Asempa. You should be President of NASPADO for life. Don’t mind the likes of Kwaku Nkrabea who always try to oppose the good things you do

F: Prof Asempa I will make a special donation for this outreach. For Kwaku Nkrabea, the least said about him the better.

To be continued.


The characters in this piece are fictitious; any resemblance to real people or facts within your Corporate Institution is pure coincidence only.

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