Only Hard Work Pays, Not Money Rituals

Sex Minister Sara Adwoa Safo has said that the slaughtering of the 11-year old kid at Kasoa ought to be a reminder to all Ghanaians, that as a country, kids should be instructed that there is poise in difficult work and with it comes the advantages thereof.

In a proclamation the Dome Kwabenya Lawmaker said “It is with profound trouble that I learnt of the demise of a 11-year-old kid at Kasoa who was purportedly mercilessly killed for ceremonial purposes. My genuine sympathies go to the family, particularly the mother of the little youngster whose life has been stopped in a particularly frightful way.

“As a mother myself, with a child just around that age, I can envision her agony and the misery she is encountering. The possibility of any parent losing a youngster is excruciating, particularly under such obnoxious conditions. My heart truly goes out to her.”

She added “This upsetting demonstration ought to be a reminder to all Ghanaians, that as a country, we will show our youngsters that there is poise in difficult work and with it comes the advantages thereof. We appear to have shoved aside the qualities and traits of difficult work, trustworthiness and administration to one another which are the structure squares of each reasonable and just society.”

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