In a powerful sermon at his Church Prophet Akoa Isaac ceased the opportunity to advise the Ghanaian youth with a bitter truth.
According to him, no matter the government in power, if you can't use your brains to develop, you can never make it.
" Some of these things when you say it people will insult you. Akufo Addo's duty is to give you Free Senior High School. He brought it. Its your duty to use your mind to create something and be successful. Akufo Addo isn't your problem" Prophet Isaac said
" Akufo Addo can't bring billions at your Doorstep. Even if he does and you don't use your brain it will go down the drain. Lazy people always want to put their blame on somebody. You have to take responsibility of your own actions and prosper" Prophet Isaac added.
The words of the Prophet was met with wild and soft criticisms. While others sided with him, there were those who still felt that their destiny is tied to the politician's treasure.
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