Ghana-based Congolese Missionary, Mattel Gracia Silvano, has indicated that being in Ghana for 20 years looks all good on the outside but very shocking when you experience life from within.
Speaking with SVTV Africa’s DJ Nyaami, Mattel stated that God directed him to come to Ghana to help the less privilege and vulnerable in Ghana.
“Life in this country is beautiful when you see it from outside but when you go into the country, you will not agree to what is going on here. I will not attribute it to any government, he said.
God directed me to come to Ghana in 1997 and I have been here for 20 years already. I’ve been to most of the regions especially the north and people are suffering,” he added.
Mattel stated that the youth of Ghana need to take charge of their lives and desist from looking onto and depending on politicians for favours and juicy offers because they are veterans and will eventually leave.
Being an advocate for female empowerment, Mattel encouraged young ladies to follow their dreams and passions.
“Follow what God has invested in you. You can go to school and do all that but you must also know what you are passionate about and pursue it,” he advised.
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