Politicians Should Stop Bringing Curses….
The Accra Daily News article dated May 20 2009, by Sheikh Salawati Imam Rashid Outubu Zaanam, a one time Imam in the Ghana Armed Forces and the spiritual leader of the Salawati Mission of Ghana. Has defiantly stated “during the 2008 elections in Ghana some politicians not only were able to use animals to be slaughtered and sacrificed, but some human beings were buried alive including Albinos, deep in the forests” This statement from these spiritual leaders including some pastors who had previously predicted the same issues should not be treated just as an ordinary story.
This statement is very disturbing news from some spiritual leaders who have for sometime intercedes on behalf of our dear nation during and after elections through fasting and prayers. Through their interceptions the nations have gone through many elections and other social dilemmas, but God has lifted us from any tribal political violence. My question is how in the world some idiotic politicians can go to this extent of killing a human being to be sacrifice for voodoo interventions in order for them to have evil spirit powers, to rule a Christian nation like Ghana. These individuals who slipshod about the consequences of God’s anger that will fall upon our nation and destroy it for many years to come must be held responsible under all circumstances.
My dear fellow countryman, these devilish secret revolutions from our politicians actions of killing human-beings are upon us to deal with these assertions from the Imam and other spiritual leaders should not be suppressed. We all should unambiguously support these spiritual leaders and condemn these foolhardy and self –aggrandizing politicians who have continued to bring curses to our nation. The predictions of these spiritual leaders pertaining to the road accidents and other bloodshed, they say it will continue to occurred in the nation. These knuckleheads politicians soliciting voodoo powers instead of God’s power will also have a negative economic and social impart on the nation. This bloodshed is dangerous; it can happen to anyone who is not part of the voodoo solicitation process. Seriously, we all need to cry and pray hard to God and asked him forgiveness on behalf of our dear nation. We should ask God that He allows the curses to go to those individual politicians, their families and their generations to bear these consequences. These ignormance politicians can only fool us once, but not twice.
As the Bible says in Lamentations 5:7 “Our fathers have sinned, and are not: and we have borne their iniquities”. History justified the actions during the 1960s when Kwame Nkrumah of (CPP) fame went on to seek voodoo intervention instead of God’s intervention to rule the country by bringing (Kan Kan Nyame gods) to Osu Castle. Kwame Nkrumah thought these evil gods (Kan Kan Nyame) would give him the hegemonic power he needs to rule the Christian’s country forever. Kwame Nkrumah was able to bury a pregnant woman alive, the same as some of the current politicians are doing. But one day the Almighty God who serves us, anointed his boys Kotoka, Afrifa and others with His power to overthrow him from his position as President and destroyed his Kankan Nyame who could not even save him.
The aforementioned incident has haunted our dear nation for more than thirty years because of Kwame Nkrumah killing innocent souls for his ritual purpose. As result of this, the curses that were brought to the next generation after Kwame Nkrumah were enormous to bear. Ghanaians need to speak out against these politicians who are seeking these voodoo interventions by following Kwame Nkrumah’s footsteps of killing human beings for evil powers. In addition, we all should believe that the Almighty God, who continued to serve us daily, has His hands upon his nation. So we should not allow the devil to take over our nation. If Gods anger comes upon our nation as He did against the Israelites, we all will suffer as we did for the past 30 years. Ghanaians should not suffer due to these sycophants’ criminals politician self- interests.
From: Nana Kofi Amankwah (New York)