Renowned Journalist and Managing Editor at the Insight Newspaper, Kwesi Pratt Jnr had said that the legacies of Ghana’s first President, Osagyefo Dr Kwame Nkrumah can never be erased from the country’s history and that of the world.
According to him, Dr Kwame Nkrumah contribution did not only benefited his people but those outside the boarders of the country, Africa and the world adding that his contributions are written in letters of diamonds and can never be erase no matter the number of times Ghanaians attempt to do so.
“Look whether we like it or not, whether we make his birthday a commemorative day or national holiday, whether we erect statue in honour of Obetsebi Lamptey and J.B Dankwa and so on or not, nobody can erase the sterling contributions of Nkrumah in Ghana, African and the world. Those contributions are written in letters of diamond and nothing can wipe those contributions from the face of the earth”.
He was speaking on the assassination of Nkrumah’s dream and treason against Africa, 55years own.
Mr Kwesi Pratt Jnr described Ghana’s former President as one of the greatest African’s the world had ever had and the kind whose contributions enormously changed lives both home and abroad.
You cannot change Nkrumah’s indelible history
He explain any attempt by any politician in the country to change the history made by the Convention People Party(CPP) Founder and leader will not materialized likening it to hitting ones leg against a rock.
“The childish maneuvering of how bit Ghanaian politicians who cannot tell their nose from their mouth cannot change the indelible history Kwame Nkrumah has written with his life. They cannot,” he said.
“Trying to denigrate Nkrumah is like hitting your foot against on a rock. If you constantly hit a rock with your feet at the end of the exercise, the only one who get hurt is you, you are the one who get the bruises not the rock,” he added.
The CPP supporter said Dr Kwame Nkrumah was the rock of Africa, the rock of liberation fighters through out the the world, the rock of hope and the rock of the destiny of Africa which stood for the building of a united democratic united Africa and was hopeful his dream of total liberation of Africa will certainly come to pass in not too distance away.