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I Will Say It Today; Prophet Oduro Reveals What God Told Him To Tell The President

The founder and leader of Alabaster International Ministry, Prophet Kofi Oduro has sent some messages to President Akufo Addo. He revealed that the messages are directly from God to the president about the kind of people he chooses or selects as government appointees.

Speaking on the topic 'Getting Better Understanding of God's Word" in church this morning, Prophet Oduro revealed that the president should protect companies that are owned by Ghanaians. He explained and revealed that many foreign businesses are prospering in the country, yet the government is collapsing businesses owned by Ghanaians because of something they failed to do.

He made an example using the Banks which were collapsed by the government because they didn't meet certain financial requirement. He added that the president should have supported these banks and not collapse them. He believes that certain appointees the president appoints as ministries or CEOs are the main cause of the hardships and problems.

He added that it will be best for the president to appoint persons who are less than 50 years. He added that any appointee who is more than 50 years will be classified as a Council of Elder. He made it clear that this is what God want.

In conclusion, God's message to the president is that the president should protect what is made in Ghana and avoid giving more priority to foreign businesses. He added that other developed countries cherish their businesses more than anything else. This is why such nations are far ahead of us. For this reason, Ghana always imports goods from these developed countries. This causes the Ghana Cedi to fall to these foreign currencies.

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He is therefore pleading with the president to do the needful by accepting this message from God.

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