Honestly, I am not in the least surprised that he is referred to as “Papa Ajasco”, when it comes to Ghana’s politics.
Professor Mike Ocquaye, is most definitely, a big DISGRACE to academia and intellectualism.
How dare Papa Aajasco say that the NDC is responsible for the destruction of the Convention Peoples Party (CPP)?
Was it not the traitorous UP Tradition that supported the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), of America to oust Kwame Nkrumah via the bloody 1966 coup?
Is it not the traitorous Progress Party (PP) Government of Kofi Abrefa Busia and Edward Akufo-Addo, which outlawed the CPP and made it a crime to belong to the CPP?
Was it not the traitorous PP Government that sponsored its goon squads (the forebears of the Invisible/Delta Forces), to destroy all Kwame Nkrumah’s statues after the 1966 coup?
This is how the traitoruos UP evil forces destroyed Kwame Nkrumah’s statues after the 1966 coup.
Was it not the traitorous PP Government that destroyed all the Industries set up by Kwame Nkrumah?
Is it not a fact that it is the traitorous PP that destroyed the DEVELOPMENT AGENDA of the great Osagyefo Dr. Kwame Nkrumah and has resulted in Ghana still struggling to find its feet?
Is it not very sad that a supposed Intellectual like Papa Ajasco, will be talking like an outright illiterate who has never read about the history of Ghana?
Is Mike Ocquaye not a teacher of history and politics?
So, just because of some tunnel-vision agenda of badmouthing the NDC, Papa Ajasco is attempting to distort history?
Is it not sad that a Minister of the Gospel like Mike Ocquaye, will be openly lying about the history of Ghana?
Anyway, the NPP is full of LIARS and so why should I be surprised that Papa Ajasco is also one of the liars?
I feel very sorry for the people who listen to the sermons of Papa Ajasco.
So is Mike Ocquaye really a Man of God? Tweaaaaaa!!!!
It is common knowledge that it is the deep hatred for Nkrumah by the UP Tradition, that is making the Akufo-Addo led NPP, engage in these senseless attempts to re-write the history of Ghana, and make J.B. Danquah look more important than Osagyefo Dr. Kwame Nkrumah. Torfiakwa!!!!
For the recrods; there is NO WAY a traitor like J.B. Danquah can become more important than Kwame Nkrumah when it comes to Gold Coast and Ghana politics.
For emphasis, I repeat that there is NO WAY the likes of Akufo-Addo and Papa Ajasco can make J.B.Danquah more important than the great Dr. Kwame Nkrumah.
No attempt by the likes of Papa Ajasco to destroy the solid legacy of Kwame Nkrumah, can change the history of Ghana.
It was Kwame Nkrumah who led the struggle and fought for the INDEPENDENCE of Ghana, and NOBODY can destroy that fact of history.
Kwame Nkrumah is the FOUNDER of Ghana and Akufo-Addo and Papa Ajasco CANNOT foist J.B Danquah on us as the FOUNDER of Ghana.
With this kind of disgraceful attitude, I am not surprised in the least that Papa Ajasco is cutting a very bad image for himself as Speaker of Ghana’s Parliament.
Allowing himself to be drowned in NPP politics, Mike Ocquaye is certainly walking on a path that will surely pan him out as the most DISGRACEFUL Speaker of Ghana’s democratic dispensation.
As we have it in the lyrics of the National Anthem that Kwame Nkruamah gave us on 6th March, 1957, God will “… help us to resist oppressors’ rule with all our will and might forevermore”.
We shall not allow the useless call by Akufo-Addo for us to “have a conversation about the real history of Ghana”, to be used to bastardize the history of the nation in an attempt to satisfy the whims and caprices of a small Akyem family that is neck-deep in tribal bigotry and ethnic supremacist thinking.
No tribe or family in Ghana is going to be allowed to lord it over other tribes and families, and Akufo-Addo and his ilk must re-think their tribal and ethnic agenda.
The failing Akufo-Addo NPP Government should concentrate on fixing all the problems they have created, and stop tinkering with the history of Ghana because all PROGRESSIVE FORCES shall mass up to RESIST any attempt to distort the history of Ghana.
I rest my case for now and pray we meet again next week under the shade-giving Umbrella.
Deputy General Secretary (NDC)
Founder/CEO, Atta Mills Institute (AMI)