Libya slave trade: Ghanaians will never treat foreigners as slaves – Yamin

General News of Tuesday, 5 December 2017

Source: mynewsgh.com

2017-12-05

Joseph Yamin, Former Deputy Ashanti Regional Minister

A Former Deputy Ashanti Regional Minister under the erstwhile National Democratic Congress (NDC) government, Mr. Joseph Yamin says every Ghanaian would go to heaven should God judge its citizens by their hospitable nature.

Mr. Yamin made his assertion on Accra based, Accra Fm on Monday while commenting on slave issues in Libya that has trapped many Ghanaian citizens in the desert nation.

Libya, since 2011 after the overthrow of their former military leader Muammar Gaddafi, Arab supremacy has risen in the region leaving black Africans in fear.

According to him, what happened to his fellow Ghanaians would never happen to any other national under no circumstance in his country; praising Ghanaians for their hospitable nature towards foreigners.

“Ghana is indeed a very good country. In fact, for Ghanaians, if not for the fact that God is not going to judge mankind by his sins, I can confidently say that every Ghanaian would go to Heaven”.

“If not sins like, thievery, murder, and others, in truth, Ghanaians could easily go to heaven”. He said

He explained further by quoting the Commandment God gave his people ‘love your neighbor as yourself’ as a command his countrymen have wholistically obeyed.

“Unlike other nationals who may not even seek to see the face of a stranger in his neighborhood, Ghanaians would humbly invite strangers to their home, treat them nicely and serve them their needs”. He said

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