Founder and Presidential aspirant of the Ghana Freedom Party (GFP), Madam Akua Donkor, without mincing words has described Nana Akufo-Addo’s head as a “repository of wickedness”, a reason why he couched the NPP’s “All die be die” mantra.
Speaking to Radio Gold a couple of days ago, Madam Akua Donkor was of a strong view that Nana Addo’s inability to become a President is due to his cruel motives and as a result is seemingly being punished by God.
To her, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, 2012 Presidential candidate of the New Patriotic Party and one of the petitioners challenging the legitimacy of President John Mahama, is no new person from his father’s (Edward Akufo-Addo) character.
She accused the father of complicity in the death of Ghana’s first President, Osagyefo Dr. Kwame Nkrumah and so, stressed that “it is in their bloodline.”
She also disclosed that the panel of Judges sitting on the election petition before the Supreme Court seems to pamper him.
And according to her, the Supreme Court Registrar is behind the pampering and urged Nana Addo to file the petition, contesting the results of the 2012 Presidential elections.
“The Registrar talked on the phone with Akufo-Addo before he filed the petition. Why do you talk on the phone with him? If he says he is coming to file his petition, give him way; leave him…So, if you speak with Akufo-Addo on the phone, then you are behind and helping him. And if you help him, it won’t help the country.”
Nana Addo, she stated categorically, cannot become the President of the nation due to his “wicked ways.”
“It is in their bloodline. So, he is fond of fighting and his “All die be die” mantra is a result of his wicked mind. God knows that he doesn’t have the right mind, so He won’t give it to him.”
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