“It seems to me most strange that men should fear seeing that death, a necessary end will come when it will come” -William Shakespeare.
After all living is but an expression of death. Irrespective of the above quote and many others, we can never get used to the idea of death. No matter how many deaths we see in a day, the thought of not seeing a parent, sibling or an acquaintance again sends chills down one’s spine.
Undoubtedly, death has made friends with the New Patriotic Party(Npp), and their recent list of “fallen soldiers” is evident.
The party had to unwillingly nibble on a bile when their Mp for Abuakwa North, JB Danquah Adu was gruesomely murdered in the comfort of his home. Then came the death of their former agriculture minister, Ernest Akubuor Debrah.
Death showed it face again and made Jake Obetsebi Lamptey, the party’s former chairman one of its many possessions. The party’s recent loss, the death of the Abetifi MP Peter Wiafe Peprah stirred an uproar and brought to bare the many laments Ghanaians had swallowed. And as usual people have ascribed spiritual connotations to these many death.
Throwback to March of this year, the founder and general overseer of The Glorious Word Ministry International, Rev. Owusu-Bempah, revealed that the opposition party NPP would suffer far worst than the death of Jake if they sit with their hands sunk in-between their thighs.
The national organiser of the ruling National Democratic Congress is in the news for his oddball opinions once again. Many leading members in the party hold him in awe and hail him with the kind of respect that you would accord an ultra-competent mother. To many his voice is worth a thought. “Flag bearer of … Read more