Guerrilla politics is my term for a form of dissent usually carried out by insiders who are dissatisfied with the actions of political parties, public organizations, politicians, or people but who typically, for strategic reasons, choose not to go public with their concerns.
The NPP National Women Organiser, Ms Otiko Afisah Djaba, has described the operations of Wikileaks as wicked witchcraft motivated by wicked gossip. According to her, in the name of transparency, accountability, whistle blowing and deepening democracy, the leader of the Wikileaks group, Julian Assange, who is said to be funded by some anti American NGOs,has opened cans of worms which are poisonous, worrying, damaging and dangerous, especially if not well managed.
Fiifi Kwetey, a Deputy Minister of Finance and Economic Planning, seems to have bitten more than he can chew over the recent wikileaks expose in which he was reported to have insinuated that no Muslim can be President of this country.
Details of a secret meeting held by ex-President John Kufuor and the current US Ambassador to Ghana, Donald Teitelbaum, have disclosed that Mr. Kufuor literarily cried over the withdrawal of his luxurious ex-gratia which proved too expensive for a third world poverty-stricken nation like Ghana.
The 2008 flagbearer of the Convention People's Party (CPP), Dr. Paa Kwesi Nduom is challenging the party's General Secretary Ivor Greenstreet to come out publicly to deny or confirm damaging comments on Dr Nduom attributed to Mr. Greenstreet in the wikileaks diplomatic cables.
The Convener of the Research and Advocacy Platform [RAP] of the National Democratic Congress party [NDC] has dismissed calls by former President Kuffuor on Ghanaians to ignore the revelations contained in the recent Wikileaks reports since they are merely speculative.