Today on Onua TV’s “Onua maakye” show, Ivan Kyei Innocent 1 has sent a strong warn to leaders of the country, especially to the Kings and Chiefs that they should rather seek for the welfare of their people instead of themselves. He said that very soon, a King or a Chief will be respected based what he has done for his community.
According to Ivan, many chiefs here in Ghana lives lavishly, the send their wards abroad to school and buy themselves expensive cars whiles their subjects suffer. He believes the youth of today are rising and it’s only a matter of time where they will question the chiefs as to what they have done for them.
He also blasted Counsel of States that the members are only interested in what they get instead of seeking welfare of the general public. He also talked about pastors who are quite about the current situations in the country.
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