People didn't take it kindly the statement made by the moderator of the Presbyterian Church of Ghana, Rev. Obiri Yaboah Mante about those who criticize and doubt the credibility of the President, Nana Addo Danquah Akuffo Addo to implement the agenda 111 promise. The moderator, speaking at the opening of an upgraded health facility of the church at Assin Praso, expressed his displeasure of how partisan politics is doing the nation more harm than good.
According to him, given the poverty level in some areas of the country and the huge infrastructure deficit in the various sectors of the country, particularly in the health sector, he didn't understand why people were upset when the president intends to build such several health centers across the country. He, therefore, ascribes the assertion of doubting Thomases to witchcraft.
"My biggest surprise Mr. Chairman is what with the poverty that we live in, someone offers to build 111 health centers and some people are still angry. Is this not a case of witchcraft?", He quizzes. On the back of the comments made by the clergy, he has been under some public backlash, most especially from members of the opposition National Democratic Congress.
To add salt to injury, members of the Presbyterian Church also have issues with what the revered man of God said and have descended on him. On a Presbyterian Church Facebook page, members of the church descended on the man about the comments he made. Here are some of the comments made by the members
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