Everybody has their good and bad side Rawlings had his so what do you mean? – Leila Djansi questions
USA-based Ghanaian filmmaker, Leila Djansi has raised a few concerns almost the commentaries made a segment of writers within the nation taking after the passing of Ex-President Jerry John Rawlings. In a post located Zionfelix.net, the well-versed filmmaker cited these commentaries as deceitful. She addressed what it implies in the event that they say the expired statesman encompasses a great and awful side. Leila deplored that it isn’t solid for them to allude to individuals who uphold teach, astuteness, difficult work and selflessness as troublesome or bad. She repeated what Ex-President Rawlings did to spare Ghanaians. Leila Djansi composed: “I’m not beyond any doubt I get it or appreciate a few of the Ghanaian writers and their deceptive commentary. JJ Rawlings had a great and terrible side? What y’all cruel? What awful side? His unmatched judgment? Administration by illustration?
Leila Djansi wrote: “I’m not sure I understand or appreciate some of the Ghanaian journalists and their duplicitous commentary. JJ Rawlings had a good and bad side? What y’all mean? What bad side? His unmatched integrity? Leadership example? It’s unhealthy to refer to people who enforce discipline, integrity, hard work and selflessness as difficult or bad.
“Rawlings SAVED Ghana from hunger and all the corruption wrought under Acheampong. He punished the guilty. If that’s what made him bad, well… Ghana will never ever see his kind again. Every plane that flew above our heads brought the chant “JJ Rawlings” from kids. He was a legend! He was rare and he was such a dreamy god! Rest Well! You will be missed and never forgotten!”
Well! You will be missed and never forgotten!”