“…He Has Medical Records Of A Slight Mental Illness…I Have Evidence To That…” – Asiedu Nketiah concerning Rev. Ayensu
The General Secretary of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) Johnson Asiedu Nketiah, popularly known as General Mosquitoe has said that the former Presiding Bishop of the Obuasi Diocese of the Methodist Church of Ghana, was disqualified a as a Chaplain General of the Ghana Police Service on the basis of health challenges.
According to Mr Nketiah, the medical records of Rev Stephen Bosomtwe Ayensu who at the time was a police officer proved that he was mentally challenged. He also noted that the preacher wanted the late president John Evans Atta Mills to, use his influence to secure him the position but the president declined.
“First of all, those he was competing with were ahead of him in terms of ranking, secondly he has medical records of a slight mental illness…I have evidence to that, and you know hospitals keep medical records for about 10 years and scrap it otherwise you could have crosschecked at the Police Hospital…that is why they didn’t give him that position….“Mr Asiedu stated speaking in an interview with Okay Fm on Thursday, May 12, 2022.
He added, that that Bishop Bosomtwe Ayensu angrily resigned from the Police Service after he could not get “a big man” to help him secure the position. This to him, is the reason for Mr Bosomtwe Ayensu’s long-lasting hatred for the NDC.
He added again, that the NDC and the Methodist Church of Ghana have no problem, rather, the NDC has a problem with Bishop Ayensu as an individual. He said, that this will not breed any form of misunderstanding between the NDC party and the Methodist Church but it is as clear as daylight that Bishop Ayensu is an NPP member and is doing the work of the party.
Source: Ghana Web