Those who Insult Akufo-Addo Are Villagers And Witches – Okyenhene

Nana Addo greets Okyehene

Okyenhene Osagyefuo Amoatia Ofori Panin has slammed those who have criticized and insulted President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo over the current economic hardship, describing them as uncivilized villagers, witches, and wizards who lack appreciation.

According to the overlord of Akyem Abuakwa, Ghanaians must recognize President Akufo-significant Addo’s contribution to the development of the country as a result of numerous policies such as Free Senior High School implemented since taking office as President.

He stated that the current economic downturn is a global phenomenon.

“We must recognize the President’s achievement and thank him for his contributions to Ghana.” We need to defend and protect him.”

Okyenhene said flatly, “Those insulting the President are villagers’ children.” They are barbaric. No well-educated person would insult the elderly. You will not insult an elder if you were raised in the Church. If you’re not a villager, you could be a witch or wizard.”

“Not everyone will like you,” Okyenhene assured President Akufo-Addo. Jesus Christ himself was crucified. It won’t bother me if they speak with sincerity, but if you speak with hatred, witchcraft, and envy, you must be careful because one day, one day! one day! one day! one day! one day! one day! one day! one day! one day! one day! one day! one day! one day! one day! one day! one day! one day! one day! one

He made the remarks on Sunday, October 23, 2022, during the inauguration of the Archeaconry Service at the St. Martin Anglican Church in Kyebi, Abuakwa South Municipality, Eastern Region, which was graced by President Akufo-Addo as part of his tour of the region.

On illegal mining, Okyenhene urged everyone to join forces with the President to put an end to the problem.

“Politicians are looking for votes.” Nobody will risk his presidency in the fight against galamsey. All that politicians care about are votes, but for him (President Akufo Addo), the welfare and well-being of the voter is paramount.”

President Akufo-Addo has urged Ghanaians to have faith in him that the country will overcome its economic difficulties.

“Do not be shaken; continue to have faith in God that the hardships being experienced in the country will be overcome through God.” Believe in me! Believe in me! “This, too, shall pass,” said President Akufo-Addo.

Revered Retired Bishop of the Koforidua Anglican Diocese, Felix O. Annacy, urged Ghanaians to rally behind the government and pray for God’s infinite wisdom to guide the President’s path out of the country’s global economic turmoil.


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