Madam Efie Amissah-Arthur, who described her son as a responsible, selfless person who detests selfishness, spoke to Multi TV’s Curtis Howard just before his public vetting by Parliament’s Appointment Committee, Monday.
“He treats everybody as himself…he’ll give whatever he has, he’s a person to trust, I trust him. I pray that God should give him wisdom and vision,” Mrs Amissah-Arthur noted.
Though she was happy about her son’s new position, she couldn’t hide but be troubled about the turbulent nature of Ghanaian politics and was particularly concerned about the impact that would have on her son.
She hoped the outgoing Bank of Ghana governor would conduct himself creditably nonetheless, if he sailed through the vetting and becomes the second gentleman of the land.
“The insults…this is why I don’t like the politics but I’m sure God will use him to do things right in Ghana.”
Upon hearing the news of her son’s nomination by President John Dramani Mahama, Madam Efie said: “I told him I give him my blessings and I support him in prayers…”
She admonished him not to “Listen to what Ghanaians will say about you. I know that the Lord who called you will see you through.”
Source Joy News Ghana