According to him, the late President has made a large impact and contribution to what the country Ghana is now.
Answering to how he would describe the late President to anyone who asks him, he said, “Let’s not forget that he adds up to the Ghanaian story. And there can’t be a Ghanaian story without him. To think that he gave room for democracy, I believe he should be applauded for that”.
In an interview on Y 107.9 FM’s Dryve of Your Lyfe with Kojo Manuel, he went on to say, “even though most people have mixed feelings about him, now is not the time for all that. No matter what he did, in writing the story of this country, there’s no way we can skip him”.
Talking more about some of the things he will remember the late President for, he mentioned, “I’ll always remember him for his charisma, positivity, for being a no-nonsense man, a go-getter and how he did everything with passion.
You remember when he got down from his car to direct the traffic and when he also brought out the military to do some nationwide arrest of some criminals and all of that”, he said.