Maurice Ampaw, an NPP pro Lawyer has once again caused stir with his message to Ghanaians. Maurice is seen as one of the loud mouthed lawyers who many feels is on the pay roll of the ruling NPP. Maurice Ampaw on the event of his 53rd birthday has sent a new message to Ghanaians. According to him life will not always be rosy. He called in Ghanaians to remain resolute and forge ahead.
He went on to call on Ghanaians to disregard the messages of the Fix the country campaigners as well as the duo of Kevin Taylor and Twene Jonas. He referred to the 2 as Aki and Pawpaw who are bent on destroying Ghana. according to Maurice Ampaw, this was the time for Ghanaians to look up to God and keep fighting on for the best.
“Do not look at how hard the world is. Things are hard. Don’t fear the economy. Don’t fear politicians. God has secured your future. Your future is good and well. Nothing can stop what God has said about you. I want you to believe that it is well. Just believe that it will end well for you.
Those 2 Aki and Pawpaw in the United States are not telling Ghanaians the truth. Kevin Taylor and his brother Twene Jonas are just going about poisoning the minds of Ghanaians that all in well in other countries. Go to the UK and see the shortage of fuel there. Everywhere is hard” Maurice Ampaw said
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