The ‘foo*lish talks foo*lishly’ – Kofi Adams responds Martey
National Organizer of the ruling National Democratic Congress (NDC) Kofi Adams who doubles as the campaign coordinator of his party has in a response to Prof. Martey’s latest comments said that the foolish talks foolishly while the wise talks wisely.
Prof. Martey alleged that the leadership of the NDC is condoning the use of abusive language and attacks on him and in his view, the act would not augur well for the party since they are eliminating the good people of Ghana from their party.
Kofi Adams speaking in an interview with Kwame Tutu on Rainbow Radio 87.5Fm, said Rev. Prof. Martey has already insulted himself with his own utterances and comments and so it would not be the NDC that would insult or instigate it members against him.
The Moderator he posited is an embarrassment and has degenerate and dragged himself in the mud, so ”why would members of the NDC throw mud at a muddy person?”
He said the NDC is not ready to descend into the gutters like the Moderator since the party is responsible, and disciplined.
The attitude and posture of the Moderator Kofi Adams said has exposed his bias and is now seen as the lowest link in the Presbyterian Church of Ghana.
He also lambasted the Moderator for complaining about the state of the Kotoka International Airport describing it as a village Airport but failed to commend government’s efforts after the facility was refurbished.
Kofi Adams made reference to the periodic chart by the Media Foundation for West Africa on the use of abusive language and the party that usually tops.
Rev. Martey he noted has failed to be objective and fair but rather focusing on the NDC with his unfortunate attacks. He said, the Moderator has blinded himself from truth and honesty despite being a man of God. Kofi Adams maintained that the christian leader is doing the bidding of his political party, NPP.
He restated the comments by the former PRO of the Presby Church, Dr. Emmanuel Acheampong that Prof. Martey is corrupt and a liar after accepting a bribe of 10, 000 dollars from a presidential candidate of a leading political party in Ghana.
”As a man of God, you should speak the truth at all times. But what can we do about it? The bible has already warned Christians against wolf in sheep’s clothing and that is what we are seeing today.”