Where the halfman has resorted to wits and bribery to escape trouble, NADAA’s “all die be die” comment has caused him more troubles than he would have wished for.
Good name is better than riches, they say. What if you have a good name and riches? Tyrion and NADAA both suffer the bitter taste of a silver spoon, and nobody has sympathy for them.
When a man runs for the same post three times, it is safe to agree that he learns humility. No matter how short he is, NADAA has shown Ghana his long reach.
The Rise of a King analyses events in the lives of President of Ghana, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, and Tyrion Lannister of Westeros.
It is in times of extreme need that we sometimes discover ourselves. Lord Beric of House Dondarrion found himself when a spiked ball crashed him to death. He rose a ghost of conscience.
“No matter whose cloak you wear: NDC, NPP, CPP, you prey on the weak, the Brotherhood Without Banners will hunt you down.”
One from Ghana, the other raised in Blackhaven, the two characters are hardly twins. One has a sword arm, the other battles at court. The lightning rod is ever present on the heraldry of the Beric’s House. Martin, fierce and resilient, wears his on his face.
From Ghana to Westeros, Martin Amidu and Lord Beric share a bond stronger than one perceives.