Founder and Leader of ICGC, Mensa Otabil has broken his silence as he causes massive stir online with his powerful message. Ghanaians criticized for been silent during Nana Addo Dankwa Akuffo Addo's administration compared to the erstwhile John Mahama's administration.
Some people attributed his silence to the collapse of his bank. Others also called him a mere religious hypocrite. However, today, Mensah Otabil has proved Ghanaians wrong and spoken out. This time, he addressed the continent Africa. He explained that Africa's problem is more than a cosmetic change. in other words, he meant that African problems cannot be solved by making the problem look better. He explained that there must be a change in the thinking process. He described the change as a "perceptive change". According to Otabil, African problems can be solved by a deliberate fixing of our attitude.
"Africa's problem is more than a cosmetic change, it has to be a perceptive change on the thinking process", Mensah Otabil.
Was he directing this to the leaders or the followers?
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