It was Judgement Day for the President, His Excellency Nana Akufo Addo as Ghanaians contemplate whether he will go to heaven or not.
The argument broke out after North Tongu MP, Hon. Okudzeto Ablakwa allegedly said the President won’ t make it to heaven. Even though Hon. Okudzeto Ablakwa issued a disclaimer denying the aforementioned allegation, Ghanaians have decided to be judges for the time being.
People believe that whether Okudzeto Ablakwa said it or not, there is no way the President is making it to heaven after the hardships he has taken Ghanaians through. Moreover, they believe President Akufo Addo’ s name has been written boldly and italics in the book of hell.
Some of the judgements are as follows ” A President who said homosexuality is bound to happen in Ghana and he is building a Cathedral for God. He can’ t make it to heaven. Massa, who doesn’ t know that Akufo Addo won’ t make it to Heaven.
He’ s Hellbound. Seriously he is not making it to heaven. Sir John is waiting for them all in hell” Another angry netizen poured out his fraustration, ” I can tell you Akuffo addo will not qualify for heaven, he will not, not after this present life. his heart is not ready for heaven.
His heart is on worldly things. They should go and interview Akuffo addo, if he has God in his heart, or his own will in his heart, and you will know the details of who qualifies to heaven. ” Wherever you treasure is, there lies your heart ”
“Do not judge, or you too will be judged” the bible said. However, some social media users have decided to give His Excellency Nana Akuffo Addo instant and pre judgement before God himself does.
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