This is because after convincing the electorates to give them their votes, the politicians refuse to discharge their mandates to solve the problems of the people.
In an interview with the Opera News Correspondent King Amoah in Kumasi, the man of God said Ghanaians can say with boldness that 'Enough is Enough' with Ghanaian politicians who prefer thinking about their welfare and family members to the country, after gaining power.
During political campaign seasons politicians give big promises and preferred dumping the electorates after gaining power the clergy hinted.
Rev Kwame Owusu indicated that the country is in deep economic crisis.
He alleged that instead of the politicians and for that matter the leaders of the country to find solutions to the problems, they rather focus attention on their own welfare.
And for these reasons who will develop interest to have confidence in the politicIans, the clergy asked.
On the foregoing the man of God posited that it is now time government must sit up and proactive to create the right environment for the people to get relief from their stress.
According to the Head Pastor of the Freedom Power Center Rev Kwame Owusu, politicians in Ghana are allegedly bedeviled with greed, self centeredness, arrogance among others as they take the destiny of the country for granted.
He stressed that politicians in Ghana have also allegedly relegated patriotism to the background, thereby seeing nothing wrong with their conduct that can create credibility problems in the society.
To reverse the trend to help develop the country as a Nation, Rev Kwame Owusu pleaded with the politicians to first of all think about the development of the country, instead of self centredness attitudes.
Concluding that by so doing Ghanaians would renew their confidence and vote them into power at all times to enhance building a solid state.
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