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How Can Rev. Mante Function As A Mediator Between Witches, Wizards, And Saints? - Kwesi Pratt Asks

A veteran journalist and the Managing Editor of the Insight Newspaper, Uncle Kwesi Pratt Junior, has asked that as a member of the National Peace council, how can Rt. Rev. Prof. J.O.Y Mante function as a mediator without being bias between people he called witches, wizards, and saints?

Kwesi Pratt made this statement on the 'ALHAJI & ALHAJI' show on Pan Africa television this morning when he gave this opinion on Rev. Mante's infamous witches and wizards statement.

According to Kwesi Pratt, Rt. Rev. Prof. J.O.Y Mante is not just the moderator of the Presbyterian church, he is also the head of the Christian Council, which serves on the National Peace council.

Kwesi Pratt indicated that when there is conflict in the country, the people who are supposed to bring us together is National Peace council, and as a member of the National Peace council, how is the moderator going to function in that capacity when he has divided the country into saints, witches, and wizards? Is he now going to mediate between saints, wizards, and witches?

He stated that the bias of Rt. Rev. Prof. J.O.Y Mante is already established, and as a so-called man of God, he can not be on the side of witches and wizards. So, his bias is so established that he cannot be a mediator anymore.

Kwesi Pratt revealed that his parents sent him to a presbyterian boarding school at Aburi. The reason why his parents sent him to the Presbyterian boarding school at Aburi was the legendary discipline that Presbyterianism imposes on children. That was in the 1960s, but in 2021, the head of that institution, who is seen as exemplary when it comes to intellectual discipline, has been reduced to this level, and he is ashamed of it.

Kwesi Pratt added that he is sure that there are so many people in the Presbyterian church who are ashamed of what the Moderator has said.

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