Rev K. Osabutey the Methodist Bishop of Accra has Made some shocking revelations at the funeral of Papa J.
According to Rev Osabutey, Papa J was a sinner who made crucial decisions in Oder to right the the wrong doings in the society.
This were his exact words
““Jerry was a sinner who took a risk to attempt to right the wrongs of society as he perceived them. Being a sinner then, one can understand and forgive those excesses of a regime he led.”
Papa J has finally been buried even though there have been a lot of controversies that has occurred since his death was announced to the General public.
Papa J will forever be remembered as a true leader because his life is an example for many to follow.
Wealth of a country should not be shared between a few at the top while the masses suffer. That was the fundamental principle of Papa J lived by. At a point, he bemoaned how that ideal was fading away. I hope his laying to rest will remind us.
Rip Papa J
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