ACCRA-Defeated Deputy National Youth Organizer aspirant of National Democratic congress, Justice Yeboah, has urged the security of former President John Mahama to stop the managing Editor of the New Crusading Guide, Abdul Malik Baako Jnr, Kwame Sefa-Kayi and Kwame Nkrumah Tikese, all of Despite Group from clandestinely seeing Mahama.
The Akatamanso activist was expressing his anger at the flagbearer of the opposition NDC John Dramani Mahama’s level of broad-mindedness with regards to his political opponents and hateful critics.
Reacting to the incident that occurred at the Holy Ghost Revival Center of the Assemblies of God Church, South Odorkor, Accra, where Mahama’s security was seen preventing Reverend Owusu Bempah from having access to him (Mahama) but he restrained them urging them to allow him have access to him, he said, President Mahama should understand that, his security men protect him from any attack both physically and spiritually.
‘In fact, at times, I don’t get JDM. This evil man of gods has predicted your death on countless occasions. He still wants to eliminate you to pave way for his retired and tired president. He invades a program he was not invited. He tries to shake you’. ‘Your bodyguard prevents him to touch you. Why do you prevent your bodyguard to perform his duty? Who knows what he has been sent there to do’? He asked in a facebook post.
He continued; ‘Do we know what your bodyguards saw before taking that decision? Why didn’t he prevent everybody except that evil bleaching man of gods? He added.
‘Didn’t you see how Akufo Addo refused to shake Adakabre when he was constantly criticizing him’?
Celebrating the security, Justice commended Dr. James from blocking the miscreant parading himself as man of God, and urge him to prevent Kweku Baako Jnr, Chairman general Sefa-Kayi and Kwame Nkrumah Tikese from seeing Mahama.
‘Good work done Dr. James; I’m looking Forward to witnessing a day you will prevent these people from secretly coming to JDM’s house; 1 Kwaku Baako jnr, 2. Kwame Sefa Kai and 3. Kwame Nkrumah TIkesie.