Diasporian News of Sunday, 17 February 2013
Source: Tsi-Tsi Mashinini (UHURU TIMES)
Ghana's constitution should include the right to bear armsto Protect Citizens, and Prevent Dictatorship - Kwame Mayor
Writing on his news website www.kwameforpresident.com, the leader of Ghanaians Abroad Coalition (GAC), 'Osagyefo Dr', Kwame Mayor, now known as 'Kwame Africa', says Ghana's constitution should include the right to bear arms to protect citizens and, especially, to prevent future dictatorship.
Ironically, the international politician is supporting President Barack Obama's gun control laws, since individuals, addicted to cocaine, and non-believers of Biblical principles of the Ten Commandments, especially, 'Thou Shall Not Kill', have been shooting and killing people daily in the United States.
The former Ghanaian-American Los Angeles Mayoral Candidate, who is the first indigenous African to run for a higher Public Office in the History of United States of America, since America gained its Independence from Great Britain in 1776, called for a Continental Congress in the United States to amend the constitutional right to bear arms.
"The fact that American Constitution calls for the right to bear arms does not mean the right to carry bullets to kill innocent Americans," said the politician, who cautioned Ghanaians, and other Africans that when his Bill to bear Arms in Ghana, and Africa in general is approved, he will be the same person to call for its abolishment, [if] the guns are not used to prevent future dictatorship, but are used to satanically kill innocent people.
The international politician blamed the ruling NDC government of always using ethnic, and tribal lines to divide Ghana, and inciting innocent tribes, and innocent ethnic groups, against innocent Ashantis - just because they are Ashantis, and not because they are Ashantis, said the fair-minded Pan Africanist, and pro-American international politician, who wants to become Governor of California in 2014, and use his enriching American experience to run for President of Ghana, in 2016, as he urged the whole world to click to his news, and political website: http://www.kwameforpresident.com/