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Beware, The Youth Are Angry- Prophet Oduro Warns Government

Prophet Dr. Kofi Oduro, the Founder of Alabaster International Ministry has warned the government to take precise action to address potential revolution in the country. According to him there exist some simmering tension amid anger from the youth in Ghana and across the globe over how authorities have managed affairs that affect their livelihood.


During his summons on Sunday, Prophet Dr. Oduro indicated happenings in Cuba, South Africa and in Ghana are evident of what has been prophesied in the holy scriptures. He reckons that recent protest by the youth in Ghana is characteristic of an expressed anger and frustration with the government.


“All these are arising because of anger. The youth are rising above nations. They are angry. If you go to Havana in Cuba right, the youth have risen in a revolt against their government.


“…they say they don’t want their government. What happened in South Africa is a biblical content. Kingdom will rise against kingdoms, and a nation will rise against nations…authority will rise against authority,” he stated.


He noted that the clashes between the youth and the state could have been avoided if the government had been accommodating of the concerns raised by the people. Prophet Dr. Oduro stressed that the death recorded in Techiman South, Ejura and other places are because of the intolerance the youth have developed for the government.


“…tell me what those nine people did at Techiman South did to deserve to die. Tell me what the people who died in Ejura did to deserve to die. What did they do to deserve death?”


He thus admonished the government and authorities responsible to more receptive to criticisms and heed to the cries of the people lest suffer an unending civil protest and unrest. His prayer was that the President will take a cue from these happenings and make life better for all.


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