Serwaa Ampaafo is a humanist, patriot, feminist, and strong advocate of Africanism.
While reacting to the death of the little boy Michael Kofi Asiamah, Serwaa insisted that despite getting the $30,000 needed for his brain tumour surgery and all the prayers said for him, the little boy sadly died at a tender age of 13-years which shows God’s gross inefficiency.
From her perspective, it’s very unfortunate that we still claim God has ‘better plans,’ which is why he allowed the boy to die and watched over $30,000 go down the drain when in actuality, he’s powerless. Serwaa made this comment in a swift reaction to Sarkodie’s post he made to eulogize the boy.
Recall that Sarkodie donated $10,000 towards the boy’s surgery and even spoke to him on a live video chat shortly after he had the surgery. Sarkodie’s message reads;
Serwaa jumped in at this juncture with this statement;
“Pedestrian thinkers have started throwing in their 2cents and Sarkodie is definitely leading in this!
So God watches $30,000 go down the drain just because he has different plans;
When rationally he could have effectively communicated this plan so all that money could have been saved for other purposes.
Is this God mindless, a waste or some sort thus takes delight in wasting resources?
What do some people eat before they even talk..Ah”
Meanwhile, Cordelia Ama Selormey, mother to Michael, regretfully announced the death of her son on Facebook thus;
“Where do I start? How do I tell it? The pain is so overwhelming…the tears, uncontrollable. We walked into Korlebu a few weeks ago as mother and son. My only son… My deepest affection. The best and most important thing that ever happened to me. My best friend and partner for the past 13 years! Micheal why? We did everything we could.
Michael had his surgery and it was very successful. He was talking, eating and making a beautiful recovery. We were happy…but that joy was earlier this evening, in less than 20 minutes just snatched away… Michael had finished eating and was being prepped for bed by the attendees.
He complained of a pain in the chest and just like that, my baby was gone! My Michael is gone. They won’t even mention his name no more. He has a number now. I will walk out of this hospital alone…. Go home alone… This is hard! But all the same I came to thank you again.
At least when we came to you for help, you didn’t hold back. Michael is grateful. I am very grateful. Thank you. I’ll hold on to the few good memories we made in his short time on earth and continue to pray that the sun shines tomorrow.”