Entertainer John Dumelo has addressed whether there is a connection among religion and improvement.
He noticed that despite the fact that there is the requirement for work to be finished by individuals of Ghana, the nation zeros in additional on supplications as opposed to attempting to guarantee efficiency.
John Dumelo offered these remarks in a tweet.
The financial specialist said lately, plants in the nation have been changed over into houses of worship where residents put stock in paying more offering however are against settling charges.
"Is there a connection between religion and improvement? Do Ghanaians invest more energy appealing to God for Ghana to be preferable over really putting forth the actual attempt to improve things? We are switching manufacturing plants over completely to holy places and paying a larger number of offerings than charges. Is that the right methodology?" John Dumelo shared on Twitter.
He Twittered and it had people talking about it
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