SOMU BI and USAGE and HOW to SEE- click pictures for larger/smaller


There is a component of the project dealing with the Concept of ‘Somu Bi’ that will teach and ensure commitment to nation- building to forestall the passive attitude to national issues. GPFP is a wakeup call to build our dear nation and putting an end to the lip service being offered so far to the issue of negative attitudes and indiscipline impeding our progress as a people. The phrase ‘Somu Bi’ will be change depending on location of work for suitability.


The ‘medicine’ is meant to be taken once in a week for fifty two weeks or twice per week for twenty six weeks and after that evaluation will be done to see any progress made. For us, it is like inserting a chip in the Ghanaian so we can respond positively to national issues. A new phone without a chip cannot work and a citizen without the issues raised in our ‘Ghabalm’ product cannot make a meaningful contribution to nation-building. It is a study into why our dear country is in difficulties despite our abundant human and natural resources.


It is analogous to a second independence struggle after our freedom from colonial domination, but this time, it is freedom from our own negative attitude entanglement. It may be profitable than the benefit of Tetteh Quarshie’s cocoa introduced to Ghana in 1876, because it is an attempt to leverage national strength and effort as against the contribution of one person that has benefited our country so much. What I simply mean is that, it will take our individual conscious effort to build a better country and that the catalyst is change of attitude. It is an attempt to multiply citizens like Professor Agyeman Badu Akosa, Professor Frimpong Boateng, Rev. Dr. Frimpong Yaw Manso, Rev. Dr. Aboagye Mensah, Dr. Sam Jonah, Dr. Paa Kwasi Nduom and Mr. Patrick Awuah, Dr. Joyce Aryee etc.

Francis Adu Darkwah