Akua Donkor seems to think one sect of Christianity is toxic, so much such that she would ban them in Ghana if she becomes a President.
When the fact is that, all religions are toxic, evil and impede against human progress as well as civilization.
The founder of Ghana Freedom Party has stated in a recent interview that, because members of Jehovah Witness take no interest in countless civic duties due to their own interpreting the Bible, they ought to be banned in Ghana and she will rightfully do so when she takes up the presidency.
Apart from the fact that this will never happen in Ghana; because the probability of Akua Donkor winning an election in Ghana is slimmer than me waking up on Mars tomorrow.
The Jehovah Witness folks do not take political offices, do not lobby or vote for political parties—and do not even sing the national anthem.
These things must be pissing Akua Donkor off—so much that she said;
“Let us take a second look at this position taken by the Jehovah witnesses as it is very worrying. When there is a census, every Jehovah witness and his or her entire family avail themselves to be counted. But when it’s time for voting they boycott the exercise… this is very bad, let’s leave them out of future census. As for me I will disband this sect when I’m made president of Ghana.”
Perhaps, the following quote from Christopher Hitchens will explain it better that, it’s not just this religious sect that is the problem—but religion in general.
“I don’t think Romney is wacky at all, but religion makes intelligent people say and do wacky things, believe and affirm crazy things. Left on his own, Romney would never have said something like the Garden Of Eden was in Missouri, and will be again.” (Replace Romney with Jehovah Witness or whatever religious sect you want).