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Letter from The President: Who are God's men?

Fri, 4 Aug 2006 Source: J. A. Fukuor/Daily Dispatch

Countrymen and women, loyalists and opponents
I am gravely appalled by what I am going to write about today. It’s not really my favourite subject and I know that my words will touch more than a few sensitive nerves. But, a man has got to say what a man has got to say.
Some weeks ago, when I wrote about Archbishop Nick many of you responded with insults and curses. Insults I can bear. Curses? I don’t really fear them as much as most of you do. Some of you even went as far as to suggest that I should be struck by lightening for daring to criticize the “man of God”. But here I am, alive and poised to criticize the “man of God” again. The Almighty One, being so merciful and wise, has kept me alive. He has a good reason for not striking me with lightening after I criticized “His man”. Perhaps, He wants me to live and say a few bad words against His men so that at least, they will strive to stay on the narrow path and do as He instructs them.

Countrymen and women, loyalists and opponents
I am gravely appalled by what I am going to write about today. It’s not really my favourite subject and I know that my words will touch more than a few sensitive nerves. But, a man has got to say what a man has got to say.
Some weeks ago, when I wrote about Archbishop Nick many of you responded with insults and curses. Insults I can bear. Curses? I don’t really fear them as much as most of you do. Some of you even went as far as to suggest that I should be struck by lightening for daring to criticize the “man of God”. But here I am, alive and poised to criticize the “man of God” again. The Almighty One, being so merciful and wise, has kept me alive. He has a good reason for not striking me with lightening after I criticized “His man”. Perhaps, He wants me to live and say a few bad words against His men so that at least, they will strive to stay on the narrow path and do as He instructs them.

Columnist: J. A. Fukuor/Daily Dispatch