Entrepreneur and politician Dr Papa Kwesi Nduom has said God is too kind to unleash certain leaders on humans, especially Africans.
Ghana’s president John Dramani Mahama over the weekend called on Ghanaians to eschew violence ahead of the 2016 elections “because God in his own wisdom will choose a leader for us.”
However, in a direct reply via a Facebook post, the leader of the Progressive People’s Party (PPP) said: “My Lord, I know you did not choose Bokassa, Iddi Amin, Jammeh, and others for Africa or Hitler, Stalin, Mussolini and their type for the world.
“You my Lord God did not rain dumsor, poverty, corruption, HIPC, illiteracy or cholera on us. We did it to ourselves. Help us work to get rid of them.
“I know you were not in the line to vote for Rawlings in 1992 and 1996, Kufuor in 2000 and 2004, Atta-Mills in 2008, or Mahama in 2012. We the voters, human as we are did the voting.
Master, I know you did not bring foreigners to vote in Ghana, nor did you carry minors to go and and vote.”
Below is his full unedited post:
President Mahama said at the Grace Pentecostal branch of the Assemblies of God Church at Effiakuma in Takoradi in the Western region:
“Our politics should never be about life and death because God in his own wisdom will choose a leader for us,”
And so My Prayer to God:
I know you are a kind God.