Rawlings was a violent, blood thirsty man – Sekou Nkrumah angrily blasts late former president.

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Loudmouth son of Ghana’s first president, Dr. Kwame Nkrumah, Sekou Nkrumah has descended heavily on the late former president Rawlings, blasting him even in his [Rawlings] grave for being behind certain evils perpetrated in the country during his days as military leader.

According to Sekou, who had long been criticizing Rawlings before his sudden death on November 12 last year, Rawlings was such a wicked person who never for once believed in democratic governance and therefore deserved not be credited with the democracy Ghana enjoys today.

In a lengthy facebook post which was sighted by GhanaVanguard.com, Sekou who could not let the late Rawlings have peace of mind even in his grave described the late president who was undoubtedly much loved by Ghanaians as a character who was violent in behavior and mostly blood thirsty.

He further alleged that the late Rawlings and one of his closest confidant, Kojo Tsikata were the ones behind the gruesome murder of the three High Court judges and a retired senior military officer in June 1982 at Bundase Military Range in Accra.

He also said Rawlings was behind the numerous disappearances that characterize the early stage of his revolutionary era.

Rawlings however, in many media engagement he had denied any involvement in the killing of the High Court judges and the retired senior military officer.

“JJ was also a violent, blood thirsty man. Don’t you think he and Kojo Tsikata were involved in the murder of the three judges? Why do you think Johnny Hansen resigned from the PNDC?

Don’t you know that JJ was responsible for the killings and disappearances of many Ghanaians in the early days of his revolution?” he asked.


Read the full facebook post below:


Ok have they buried JJ yet? I hope so because I really want to speak my mind on this matter.

Let’s throw away the Ghanaian legendary hypocrisy and talk plain.

The man was a very wicked man, and he was not a nice guy! Handsome yes, in his younger days. Charismatic? Sure he was, and he could run his mouth like all the other empty barrels, including Trump!

He betrayed June 4 when he staged the Libyan sponsored 1981 coup, and he messed up on the revolutionary stage! After criticizing the IMF and World Bank he made a u- turn and embraced them, and in the process exposed his lack of socialist credentials.

He was simply a populist who climbed on the back of the ordinary folks to fame!

JJ was also a violent, blood thirsty man. Don’t you think he and Kojo Tsikata were involved in the murder of the three judges? Why do you think Johnny Hansen resigned from the PNDC?

Don’t you know that JJ was responsible for the killings and disappearances of many Ghanaians in the early days of his revolution?

He hated the rich or privileged in society, yet he had no problems enjoying the good life established for himself as our longest serving head of state!

Did he deserve the heckling from the babies with sharp teeth in the “new” NDC era? Yes he did, because his criticisms of Professor Mills where due to his attempt to impose himself and his wishes on the good Professor and nothing else!

His hunger for power never diminished, he strongly believed that Ghana was justifiably his for the taking!

He was smart enough to understand the Ghanaian way of thinking. We fear and respect authority, so the dare devil he was he forcefully captured state power. And then terrorized the Ghanaian populace and pushed them into submission! Remember the culture of silence?

Remember his mocking of Professor Adu Boahene during the 1992 elections campaign saying “ some of us will make history, and others will write it”?

Yes Rawlings never believed in democracy, it was rather the “democratization of violence” he felt comfortable with, that was his element, his home!


Source: GhanaVanguard.com


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