Whenever we encounter major issues in terms of finances, there are certain actions or decisions to consider. one of those actions is to cut down the rate of spending and as a result focus on more important activities that will generate fund or resources. The leader and the founder of Glorious Waves International Chapel, Prophet Dr Emmanuel Badu Kobi has finally drops a big question to flagstaff house about their expenditure in the midst where Ghanaians are suffering from financial debt.
It is clear that the Government is making plans to secure support from the International monetary fund IMF, however, Prophet Dr Emmanuel Badu Kobi is of the view that, Government needs to cut down some expenses at the jubilee house in other to save the current situation in Ghana. Dr Prophet Emmanuel Badu Kobi made this message known on his official social media handle on facebook.
"In the midst of financial crisis, is there a cut of expenditure to jubilee House?." - Prophet Badu Kobi stated.
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