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I Want To Send This Message To The Jubilee House: Prophet Kofi Oduro Finally ‘Spit Out’ Bitter Truth

The popularly known man of God and leader of Alabaster International Ministry has recently done the unexpected after he sent another serious message to the incumbent government at the Jubilee House of Ghana considering President, Akufo Addo’s decision to finally seek financial support from the International Monetary Fund (IMF).

Speaking to his congregation at the just-ended Sunday service, Prophet Kofi Oduro expressed his immense disappointment in the Akufo Addo government aside revealing that, the government’s decision to seek financial support from the IMF won’t do the country any good because God has already forsaken Ghana under the Akufo Addo administration amongst others.

“I want to send this message to the jubilee house. God has forsaken Ghana because it’s impossible for the country to go to the IMF under the current Akufo Addo government. Don’t think it’s just a policy, it is not; you have failed. If you don’t accept that you have failed and ask for forgiveness, you will never be able to withstand what’s ahead of you in the future”, Prophet Kofi Oduro emphatically revealed.

Do you think that the IMF will finally help President Akufo Addo to solve the current economic hardships in the country as highlighted by the NDC’s John Mahama even though Prophet Kofi Oduro revealed otherwise?

Do you think that God has forsaken Ghana hence President Akufo Addo’s government had failed and must do the needful else the current hardship situation ongoing in the country will escalate as revealed by Prophet Kofi Oduro even though most individuals claimed otherwise?

What are your thoughts on Prophet Kofi Oduro’s powerful message to the incumbent President, Nana Akufo Addo that has caused massive reactions online even though most individuals claimed otherwise?

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