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If The Economy Is About Prayers, Then We Better Vote For A Pastor As President- Kwame A Plus Reveals

Kwame A Plus, political activist and co-host of United Showbiz on UTV has once again shared his opinion on some trending issues in the country.

In his recent post on Facebook, Kwame A Plus revealed posted a statement which showed that President Akufo Addo looks up to God for economic salvation. Reacting to this statement, Kwame A Plus revealed that if the president looks up to God for economic salvation, then it would be best for the country to vote for a pastor to be the president of the country.

Pastors are generally known to be individuals who have direct connections with God. The pastor Kwame A Plus was talking is Pastor Kumchacha. Pastor Kumchacha has already declared his intentions to contest for the 2024 elections. He will not be contesting on an already established political party but he will establish his own party known as KUM.

Everybody in the country would admit that things are hard at the moment. Prices of goods and services are on the rise. Both the rich and the poor are complaining because their income levels remain the same while their expenses keep increasing. Other countries in the world are facing similar challenges. Ghana's key problem is the inflation rate. The rate of exchange between the cedi and the dollar currently stands at 10 cedis.

Prophet Kumchacha has promised Ghanaians that he will make things right when he is given the opportunity to rule them. He believes that the country has what it takes to be independent but leaders to guide the country to that destination are not doing so.

Kwame A Plus believes in Prophet Kumchacha because if the president relies on prayers for economic salvation, then it would be best for a pastor to lead and pray for the country.

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