According to the member of Parliament for the Assin Central consistency, Honourable Kennedy Agyapong, Ghanaians are fund of going to church and taking religious activities very serious than their work but want to be rich.
Yesterday evening, he said on Net2 tv’s “The Attitude Show” that, Africans, in particular, are always looking for ways to become rich overnight, so they spent all their time in churches praying for financial breakthroughs with working hard for the money they want.
He went on to say that, Africans, Ghanaians in particular, should stop going wasting their time and money on the so-called pastors and prophets, who are always lying to them. But they should work hard and if possible for more than 8 hours and they will see the progress in their lives.
He then advised Ghanaians that they should try to find ways to solve problems faced by the country and millions of dollars will be following them because the world's billionaires did not go to church to pray for wealth but found out ways to solve problems.
Do you agree with the comments made by Kennedy Agyapong on how Ghanaians and Africans as a whole spent all their time in churches for breakthroughs?
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