A renowned prophet in Ghana, Prophet Joshua Adjei, the Founder of Bread of Life Ministry International, has warned that the nation will be engulfed with serious protests from various trade organisations and the public in the coming months as a result of a frustrating experience with the implementation of certain decisions in the 2020 Budget Statement and Economic Policy. He stressed that the pending crises will begin in the seventh month [July] of 2021 and worsen in the coming year .
He disclosed in a video posted on Facebook that the people of this nation would rise against the Akufo Addo government as a result of some economic hardship they will experience this year. He recounted that a promise made by the President that he will put monies in the pocket of Ghanaians is yet to be fulfilled, adding that many feel forsaken by the government.
Prophet Adjei indicated that God had delivered onto him a word of caution to the President to make the necessary amendments and cushion the lives of the Ghanaian people lest suffer the consequences.
"No budget will ever be accepted by the masses if it fails to address issues of their livelihood. It's always going to be met with protest. From the seventh month onward, there will be lots of demonstrations and you will be fed up. It will be far worse in 2022. I must emphasize that it will come from all angles.
"This is it! God spoke to me, not once, twice nor thrice. Nana, you have forsaken your children. You promised to better the lives of Ghanaians by getting 'putting monies' in their pockets. For the past four years, you've failed to address that.”
He mentioned that the way out as directed by God in a vision he had was that the President and his government institute measures such that local banks could be gran credits to traders and ordinary people so they could earn some income through meaningful ventures. The Prophet stressed that by that arrangement many would not feel the adverse economic impact we currently find ourselves in.
"Should you fail to grant the banks some monies to be given to Ghanaians on credit...that traders and the ordinary Ghanaian could have access to it so they could earn some better income, you are doomed. I have said it once, twice and this is the third time. If people have these monies to work with there wouldn't be any qualms about taxes."
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