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09.09.2006 Politics

“Kufuor Is Like Jesus Christ”

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“Kufuor Is Like Jesus Christ”
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Barely two weeks after his boast to carry hundreds of millions of dollars in vehicles on the open streets, Sheikh I. C. Quaye, the vociferous sycophant and praise singer of President John Agyekum Kufuor, who doubles as the Greater Accra Regional Minister, has scored another personal best.

He has compared his boss, President John Agyekum Kufuor to Jesus Christ, the Son of God. Sheikh I.C. Quaye, the Greater Accra Regional Minister, has again proclaimed that nobody compares in stature to President John Kufuor. “Mr. President, let your light so shine before men, that they may see your good works and glorify your father, who is in heaven!. I.C. Quaye shouted on Wednesday at a well-attended occasion to launch the $50million micro credit and loan scheme to small and medium enterprises in Accra.

The latest performance by Sheik I. C. Quaye comes a few weeks after he put up a similar performance at Abeka Lapaz, where he alleged that President Kufuor is greater in stature than even Dr. Kwame Nkrumah.Looking shamelessly at the President, he said, “Mr. President, permit me to repeat that our government's achievements of which you are the champion architect are manifestly clear to all objective persons to see!

Your supporters and the good people of Ghana, beg you to continue with your good works! As the good book says, let your shine before men, that they may see your goods works! And glorify your father who is in heaven (Matthew Chapter 5 versus 16) and I repeat, Mr. President, let your light shine before men so that they may see your good works! And glorify your father who is in heaven. Mr. President, you are doing very well and the people of Ghana would continue to be faithful to you!

The old adage is true, that no society would be faithless to one who seeks it welfare! Bravo! Nana Kufuor, moko moko moko be! Moko moko be! Obiiaa ni ho, obiaa ni ho! Maka! Meka na meka okyena! Obia ni ho.

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