Razak Kojo Opoku Writes To Former Multimedia Worker, Manasseh Azure

“We are not given a good or bad life. We are given a Life. It's up to us to make it good or bad".

I just want Manasseh to understand that, it is up to human beings to lead a responsible life or an irresponsible life.

We are all responsible for our actions and inactions. God has given each and everyone a Will Power to choose a good or bad life. Your survival depends on your CHOICE.

As you have resigned from Multimedia, I pray that God through the Grace of Jesus Christ and the Power of the Holy Spirit will give you divine wisdom, understanding and humility to excel in your new Profession as a Freelance Journalist and Writer/Publisher. I pray that God guides you to write sensible books and articles not propaganda books and articles seeking to destroy the image and reputation of Governments. Your propaganda books, investigations and articles will be tested, tried and exposed by well researched, widely read and learned public.

Respectfully, always cross-check your facts well before you officially release your investigative work for public consumption.

We will continue to subject your investigative works, articles and books to scrutiny, verification of facts, post investigations analysis and accuracy of facts.

We all commit mistakes in the line of duty but it takes a personality with a humble spirit to accept the mistakes committed, apologize accordingly and move on. Manasseh, may I submit to you that, you can never be right all the time. It is only a fool who thinks that way.

I pray that Jesus Christ delivers you from the spirit of arrogance and ignorance.

The Ghanaian voter will wisely and intelligently respond to your Pro-John Mahama agenda and tactlessness with much tactfulness in an atmosphere of civility.

Lastly, Manasseh Azure, always remember that, everytime we do a bad thing it comes back to hurt us.