Ghanaian musician and broadcaster, Blakk Rasta has expressed strong opinions regarding the recent passing of former Member of Parliament for Ningo-Prampram, Enoch Teye Mensah, and former first lady, Theresa Kufuor, who both passed away on Sunday, October 1, 2023.
He remarked that if these individuals were among those who engaged in corrupt practices within Ghana’s political sphere, they should face the consequences in the afterlife.
Blakk Rasta pointed out that the practice of honouring politicians extensively upon their death does not reflect well on the state of politics in the country. He suggested that individuals should be remembered based on their actions and conduct during their lifetimes.
Expressing his sadness at the news, the outspoken radio personality voiced his frustration with politicians who engage in corrupt activities, which ultimately affect the citizens of the country.
“In the interim, we lost the former first lady of Ghana, Madam Theresa Kufuor and we also lost the man that my very good brethren ‘Gyata’ (Sam George) unseated right there inside Ningo-Prampram, E.T Mensah. Please, may they go to heaven if they were good people but if they were part of dirty politrickcians, may they go to hell, and may Satan sodomize them,” he said.
He further stated, “In this country when people die, they all of a sudden become great people, ‘oh they were so good, we don’t talk evil about the dead’ if it’s a dirty dead man like Sir John, they must go to hell. They must be told that yes their soul will go to hell and satan will continue to sodomize them.
“We have no decency when it comes to dead, wicked people. I want to believe that these people were truly good people. I am not in the position to wear the crown of the judge,” Blakk Rasta said while speaking on the UrbanBlend show which was monitored by GhanaWeb.com