Renowned Ghanaian female songstress and evangelist Diana Asamoah, has once again added her voice to the many cases of fraudulent activities ongoing in the country. She has criticized the seemingly increase for money doubling and greed among the general populace.
She touched on a couple of issues ranging from our unwillingness to pay tax to develop the country. Her sentiments shared also included the closure of some radio stations due to their inability to renew their license or pay tax to the government. She opined that, in the developed countries its taxes collected that is used for infrastructural project. Some don't pay taxes and turn around to blame the president.
Her sermon got to the turn of lovers of money who are in haste to double their money by visiting fetish priestess. She opined that " even if " Nam 3" comes some will still invest and be defrauded. How on earth does one accumulate huge sums of money to go for 'Sika Gari'.
She launched a verbal assault by calling for the judgement of God on a certain Jezebel who hired people to tarnish her image. The curse of God will follow Agradaa from her to the generations unborn. Her arrest is a testament to the wrath of God on her life.
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