Speaking to his church members this morning, Prophet Oduro revealed that there are a lot of wastages and leakages in some sectors of the economy. He added that people are looting money which is supposed to go into the government into their pockets.
He also added that the ministries in the country are wasting a lot of resources. He explained his point by saying that the ministers drive in huge vehicles that consume a lot of fuel. These fuel are also paid by the government and not from the pocket of these ministers. He believes that these are wastes and leakages and the government must check that.
He also made it clear that Ghana does not need the E-levy to survive or sustain the economy. He believes that the leakages and wastages in economy alone can solve the problems of the country.
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