Ace Ghanaian radio personality, Blakk Rasta, has reacted to the demise of two prominent figures in the political scene of the country.
Theresa Kufuor, a former first lady, and E.T. Mensah, a former member of parliament for Ningo-Prampram, both died on Sunday, October 1, 2023, after a protracted illness.
Blakk Rasta, without a shred of contrition or empathy, noted that if these two people were part of the corrupt politicians in the country, may they both perish in hell.
The musician said that politicians should be regarded after their deaths according to how they lived their lives while they were alive during his show on 3FM, monitored by 1Family Radio.
“In the interim, we lost the former First Lady of Ghana, Madam Theresa Kufuor, and we also lost the man that my very good brethren Gyata unseated right there in Ningo-Prampram, E.T. Mensah. Please, may they go to heaven if they were good people, but if they were part of dirty politicians, may they go to hell, and may Satan sodomize them,’’ he noted.
“In this country, when people die, they all of a sudden become great people; ‘oh, they were so good; we don’t talk evil about the dead; if it’s a dirty dead man like Sir John, they must go to hell. They must be told that yes, their souls will go to hell, and Satan will continue to sodomize them.’’
He continued, “We have no decency when it comes to dead, wicked people. I want to believe that these people were truly good people. I am not in the position to wear the crown of the judge.’’