Oboy Siki demands God to sentence all politicians to hell
Controversial Kumawood actor, Oboy Siki has tagged people who are in the political landscape as evil doers and deserve to rot in the flames of hell.
According to him all politicians were cruel, wicked and did not deserve the mercy of God to climb the ladder to heaven.
Speaking in a media interview on Thursday in Accra, the actor noted that politicians were criminals and would be disappointed in God if he ever meets any in heaven.
“If I see a politician in heaven, I will be disappointed in God. In politics, the young insults the old, and the old insults their counterparts, something which should be frowned upon but these perpetrators engage in it,” he said.
Oboy Siki stated that political actors were selfish and care less about the ordinary people who they always promise to secure their lives when seeking for power, thus did not deserve to reside in the abode of God.
He observed that all the actions of political leaders go against the word of God as they steal and kill to win political power and fame.
“They also steal money that the bible is against. Apart from stealing, they give the go-ahead for people to kill others only if it will suit their interests,” Oboy Siki cried.
He recalled that there was a regime in the country where people were killed, maltreated and misused for political gains and requested God to punish them severely for such inhuman act.
“There was a time in Ghana which politicians kill humans and scatter their human head on the streets,” the actor added.
He maintained that politicians engage in the worship of idols and seek the service spiritualists who were mostly blood hunters to secretly murder and kill citizens to seek power, money among other superior things that would earn them their heart desires.
“When a Politician goes to the juju man and asks for human blood, there is no way he or she will say no. They will give the go-ahead and kill people. So If I meet even one politician in heaven, I will be disappointed in God,” Oboy Siki stressed.
BY JOYCELINE NATALLY CUDJOE