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Our Problem Is Not The Presbyterian Moderator, But The People Who Attacks Him - Pascal says

Some Ghanaians, particularly the NDC has been opposing the agenda 111 since it was commissioned by the president Akuffo Addo.

The Presbyterian Moderator, Rt. Rev. Prof. J.O.Y. Mante, referred to Ghanaians opposing the agenda111 project as witches and wizards, who don want the progress of this country. This statement from the Moderator has received several attacks and condemnations from Ghanaians especially the NDC.

Reacting to the comments by the Presbyterian Moderator on Opera News, a man Identified as Pascal, has indicated that the presbyterian moderator is right, only wizards and witches the agenda 111 project, stating that our problems as a country is not the presbyterian moderator and what he said but the people who are attacking him. He added that, only witches witches and wizards will oppose and criticize every good initiative of the government including the agenda111 project.

According to Pascal, the president initiated the agenda 111 project to solve problems in this country and not to bring harm to the people of this nation. So he believes that the presbyterian moderator is right, so those attacking him for supporting the president are rather our problem, the ones opposing what is good for the people of Ghana.

"How can one oppose what is good, this makes me think, the presbyterian moderator is right, only wizards and witches will oppose the agenda 111. Our problem is not the presbyterian moderator, but the people who are attacking him. The president initiated this agenda 111 to improve the health care of this nation. So why are some people decided to criticize it." Pascal said.

What do you think, how about the abandoned hospitals in bushes, do you also support the Presbyterian moderator? Leave your opinions and comments below and share.

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