Founder and leader of the New Jerusalem Chapel sited at Kumasi Sokoban Ampayoo in the Atwima Kwanwoma District of Ashanti Region, Bishop Dr John Yaw Adu has disclosed that no government can fix the country if Ghanaians refuse to change their mental attitudes towards issues that boarder on national development.
The bespectacled man of God who was speaking to this correspondent in an interview on Friday September 10 2021 after church service observed that in the world over no government can archive her dream of fixing the country, if the citizens fail to cooperate.
The Bishop indicated that it is now time Ghanaians should bury their political differences and support Nana Akuffo Addo in his quest to transform the economy.
Bishop Adu who also doubles as the Chief Executive Officer of a Kumasi- based privately owned Television Station underscored that as citizens, our core mandate are to focus on the developmental agenda of the country by way of contributing our quota towards government's transformational policies.
The clergy expressed worry that instead of playing our roles as good citizens, some people shift attention, push all loads on the shoulders of the government which in his view, such behavior hardly build an effective economy.
The man of God insisted that a close watch of the administration of Nana Akuffo Addo clearly shows that the government is on course towards fixing the country.
The major obstacle confronting the revival of the economy, Bishop Adu bemoaned, is about attitudal change he described, has become the thorn in the flesh of many Ghanaians to move the country forward.
The Bishop cited some important government's flagship policies like free S.H.S, 1d 1f, the digitization concept, job opportunities, banking reforms and among others, infrastructural policies that have been transforming the country.
According to Bishop Adu, Nana Akuffo Addo deserves praises for putting measures in place to address the ills that were previously hampering the growth of the country.
He also blamed public sector workers of whom some out of political affiliations deliberately do acts to wreck the gains of the government and later organize demonstrations to make the government unpopular.
In order to ensure a progressive economy, Bishop Adu charged Ghanaians to stay united and support government of the day in her wish to solve the problems of the country.
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