The Founder and leader of Alive Chapel International, Archbishop Elisha Salifu Amoako has expressed his displeasure in the current economic trends, poor leadership and poor supply of electricity. He also did a comparative analysis of the reign of President Kufuor and incumbent President Nana Akufo-Addo.
According to Bishop Salifu Amoako, the challenges in leadership in Ghana is very gross now. He said whenever he moves around the streets of Ghana, there are children all over the roadside begging for food and money. So, do we have a Gender, Children and Women Ministry in this country? He quizzed.
He added his displeasure about how electricity is being distributed in Ghana. He said there are high bills and an increase in taxes but there no electricity. According to Bishop Salifu, it is unfair to pay more taxes because the Government of Ghana (GOG) said they gave us freebies during the lockdown.
He added that the time of former President John Agyekum Kufuor was better. During that time, the cedi rate was quite impressive. He narrated how many banks were forcing him and other Ghanaians to come for loans. The interest rate was low and the country was moving fast and pleasing.
This time, matters are not satisfactory. Government should be up and doing with governance before things get out of hands.
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