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Prophet Oduro: Let us Pray for those who live in Kumasi

Prophet Dr. Kofi Oduro, Chief Pastor and Founder of the International Alabaster Minister, disclosed his concerns about the residents of Kumasi, the capital of the Ashanti region. He notes that the ongoing power fluctuation in parts of the state has a major impact on Kumasi citizens.

The prophet preached at his church's main auditorium on Sunday, 11 April 2021 and pointed to Ghana being in a state of fear without hope coming out of anyone. He says companies in the Ashanti region suffer from the unreliable electricity supply that is commonly called dummies.

Prophet Dr. Kofi Oduro adds that no one can attribute a lack of finance to the present state of control. He says that many people struggle to make a living, but the system faces many problems. The system is bumpy. He said "Ghana's people finish school and are still unemployed, I am not shocked to see that. Go to the harbor and see what's going on. The lights are now going away in Ghana, and all they say is that money isn't there. I'm still worried about the people there, go to Kumasi and see. They suffer more and more from this power. You can decide to turn it off three days and bring it on when you want to."

In other parts of the world, he also said that people were advised several days to brace for the sun. "For several days, governments in other parts of the world have been informing people that power has gone down. You will declare that in ten minutes the lights will go out and just five minutes will be switched off. But Ghana is different. But it is different. However, I'm going to blame you for not paying tax most of us. We cannot grow a nation in the free things we offer to people," he said.

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