Some people think Abrewanana pays me money to write articles about her but the truth of the matter is that I have even NOT met Abrewanana before. Abrewanana doesn’t even know me face to face. The underlying fact here is that I happen to be a critical thinking person, period. I hit the drum where it belongs. Take it or leave it.
I am not trying to be discriminative here but it is an undeniable fact that the white man doesn’t easily condemn something that is benefiting masses of his own people like the way the black man who easily, without any provocation, will outrightly condemn something, even if that particular thing is massively benefitting a lot of his own people.Let us call a spade a spade here with no pretense and hypocrisy.
Abrewanana, a young and gifted traditional herbalist who has mastered the dispensation of natural herbs in solving complicated issues in life has emerged in Ghana and a lot of people have been redeemed from mysterious circumstances with testimonies beyond any seasonal doubt.
However, it is shocking to know that, a couple of individuals, coated in the so-called archaic branded name ‘man of God’, pastor, prophet, and so on and forth, have resorted to attacking this young gifted traditional herbalist, an action I will describe as most senseless and irresponsible ever.
In a live stream video on her official Facebook page, Abrewanana complained bitterly about how one prophet Mark Abban Jnr has resorted to tarnishing her image claiming that he is exposing her for declaring that Alligator Pepper can be used for prayers.
What I personally don’t understand here is the simple reason why a so-call man of God or whatever prophet will divert his attention from preaching something reasonable to his congregation than speaking evil about the business operation of another individual who is operating under a legal license authorized by the government.
So in another way this so-called man of God or prophet or whatever is claiming to be wiser than the government who licensed the individual to operate freely?
Or this so-called man of God or prophet or whatever is also claiming to be wiser than the hundreds of people who are benefiting from Abrewanana? This can never be and if you are not wiser than someone, what are you?.
None of us here on this earth is responsible for the other neither have we been made judges over one another. One day we will all be held accountable and responsible for our individual deeds during our mortal lifespan so why would you lower yourself to such a degrading level to begin preaching about an individual who is doing her business healing and curing others?
Each and every day, I keep saying and will keep saying that, sometimes, we blacks don’t deserve gifted individuals like Pamelove Serwaa aka Abrewanana because since time immemorial we have the records of abusing such highly gifted beings. Sometimes, we fall so debased that common sense becomes so difficult for us to grab.
If Abrewanan were to have been born somewhere in the white man’s country, I doubt if she will even be heard of because most times, the white man will not expose such gifted individuals to the public, but rather, house them privately with huge sums of money and assets and use the individual to benefit the top hierarchy who rule the country.
They usually get ideas and inspiration from such gifted individuals to move their country forwards. It is pathetic the African continent is still struggling to stand on its feet after all these years, simply because of some of this shameful uncivilized mentality propelling our daily routines.
It is a shame that until now in 2022, some of us blacks, have still not risen out of such a deep lunatic mindset to be able to identify gifted individuals, protect them and benefit from them to better our individual lives. God have mercy on the black man, I pray. I rest my case.
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