The founder and leader of the Glorious Wave Chapel, Prophet Badu Kobi has expressed surprise at how a very powerful man in the Rawlings administration has been silenced in the National Democratic Congress. He made this statement whiles teaching his members on the essence of not bragging too much. To illustrate what he was saying, he recounted this true life story to his members.
"I remember when President Rawlings was in powers years ago. In the estate, there was a certain gentleman. I will not mention his name. If you say anything wrong against him, he pulls his gun. And what he says is that, he can kill anybody and nobody will touch me. He troubled and terrified so many people in the estate. As I speak to you, he is in opposition and is not regarded. Now let him pull a gun and let us see."
Who do you think he was talking about?
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