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In this interview, Okunini Ọbádélé Kambon tackles current controversial topics in Ghanaian society where President Nana Akufo Addo has decided to use the national coffers to finance a cathedral dedicated to worshipping the gods of our enslavers, colonizers, and enemies in the form of christ-insanity. He further discusses where the government has decided to go in for a VW auto plant while not supporting indigenous manufacturing and assembling, Kantanka automobiles. For a government that says it wants to go beyond aid, it seems contradictory for them to also finance enemies of Kmtyw (Black people) while shirking responsibilities of protecting the fledgling auto industry. Finally, Okunini deals with Abibifahodie Education as the means of avoiding the mental enslavement evident in both the national cathedral and VW initiatives.