The head pastor of the Word of Life Assemblies of God Church sited at Abuakwa Sepaase in the Atwima Nwabiagya South District of Ashanti Region, Rev Lawrence Inkoom has stressed the need for the President of the Republic Nana Akuffo Addo to fix the challenges confronting the country.
Instead of giving alleged excuses over the current economic crisis the country finds itself.
This is because Ghanaians see Akuffo Addo's administration as a failure, contrary to the various promises he gave to the people before he was elected as President.
Speaking to a section of journalists in Kumasi, Rev Inkoom, observed that the country is in crisis and needs someone to bail it out from its hardships.
The reverend minister alleged that the President have been persistently using the covid-19 pandemic, Russia and Ukraine war as a cover to defend the hardships, though the crisis is a global challenge.
According to the man of God the covid -19, Russia and Ukraine war form parts of the economic crisis, as a country government should adopt measures to free the people.
Rev Inkoom alleged that bribery and corruption in the high offices in the government sectors and the authorities inability to bring offenders to book are some of the contributory factors that link to the country's woes.
The clergy pointed out that Ghanaians voted Nana Akuffo into power out of trust but the problems that the citizens are undergoing through suggest that the people have lost confidence in Nana Addo's government.
Ghana, the clergy insisted is blessed with various natural resources than any African country, yet the development of the country continue to sink.
Rev Inkoom underscored that, Akuffo Addo was given the mandate to become Ghana's President based on his alleged promises to transform the country because the citizens were then fed up with the Ndc regime.
But today Ghanaians seem to have regretted their actions because they are hardly to make ends meet under Akuffo Addo's government.
The President promised among others that when the power was transfered to him, he will make Ghanaians to live like the British citizens and transform the destiny of the country, but what do we see today, the clergy asked.
In order for Ghanaians to renew their confidence in the government, the man of God passionately appealed to the President to come with measures that could help fix the challenges confronting the country.
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