I’m back in Ghana , The moral of the country is down and so is mine and I think it’s the game that Gh lost, but at the same time it’s not just the game, I feel it’s everything that the game represents. The non unity that was there even before they left for the games FIFA 2014. But then again who’s to blame for that and what good does blame help any struggle, I mean the moral of the team really does reflect on the country for people always rely on hope to metaphorically be transcended from something beyond themselves before it hits home. And what better then an internationally represented game to demonstrate the strength which apparently is here despite all the hustle. But then again it somehow became clear that even the games only reflected on that which seems to be the ongoing objective that the financial aspect, the gain of it all is the only objective that matters for some individuals to even give it half their best. I mean seriously look at the Ghana Germany game and what the players displayed to have in em, then look at the final game where it looks like, losing didn’t really matter as long as some money is made in the end of it all. I’m not saying black and white that this is how it is, I’m just saying from a personal point of view looking from the outside in all that on the field, that is the vibe and taste I couldn’t get out of my mouth after I got on a plane on the 25.06.2014 from Germany, Amsterdam and arrived in Ghana that evening only to see that game the next day from Ghanaian soil. I had the feeling of victory but feeling something and the reality of it obviously ain’t always the same thing, but then again as a writer and artist I figured that part out a long time ago abut life, So hey whatever thumbs up I’m focussing on my thing, music and all thy above that’s still to come for me here next months.