Oh death, why are you so cruel? Am calling you Alhaji please respond to me. You were one of the greatest sons Ghana had ever produced. Blessed be the womb that gave birth to you.
A father I never had, a role model I was deprived of, a godfather I always crave for. A blessed son of the land who served his nation and party with perfection. One of my regrets in life is not having the opportunity to meet you when you were alive.
Though you can’t read what I am writing, I am with conviction and without any shred of doubt that you are living comfortably and blissfully with your MAKER, who is pleased with your life on earth.
Your humble nature and modest life you lived during your lifetime is what am emulating in your name. You are one of the favorites on the lips of many people within and without our party. Your commitment and zeal for our great is beyond compared. No wonder you are the godfather to many, though you are resting with the Almighty Allah.
Your life on earth deserves celebration.You left a legacy of discipline and your name is synonymous to discipline in this country. Someone like you appear once in a lifetime and I am extremely grateful to my Maker for creating me to witness the presence of this great personality.
Today mark exactly three years since you went back to your maker after successfully finished your mission on earth.
I pray to the Almighty Allah to show you mercy wherever you are with HIM. May HE forgive you all your past since you might have committed knowingly and unknowingly, intentionally and unintentionally. May HE grant you heaven to enjoy as we wait for our turn to meet you once again. If there is one wish which I could have asked without being denied, I would have wished the Almighty Allah should let me meet and talk to you even for a second.
May Allah guide us to walk your steps to be as great as you were during your lifetime. Aameen!
From a humble admirer of you who is in tears remembering your enviable legacies you left behind.
Source: Badaru Adam