“Laziness Of Our Ministers Has Committed To Fiscal Misfortunes,” Rev


The general superintendent for Council of God Church at Afrancho Bronkong in the Ashanti region, Rev. John Osei, has written that outfitted tentative chair and indecisive Ministers have led to the hardships situations Ghanaians are experiencing.

The esteemed man of God underscored that, until our leaders wake up from their hibernation and work, the country will face economic dilemmas.

Rev. John Osei uncovered this to GhNsem.com in a conversation today, boosting that the Ministers must learn from the current Inspector General of Police, Dr Akufo Dampare, who is always in the street working to combat crime.

“Our Ministers are weary. How can you sit in your office armed folded under chilled air condition and expect the country to grow? I want to tell them they should learn from the current Inspector General of Police who is always on the field. That’s the only solution to our problem,” he noted.

He called on the youth to avoid relying on white color jobs, though it’s difficult to get capital to start a gigantic business.

“The youth must pay attention to advise, they should avoid relying on white color jobs. They should strive to work harder and faster. I will plead with authorities to make loans accessible to them to start something,” he professed.

‘‘Ghanaians should prepare for more hardships, if our politicians keep going back and forth on development’’.


The man of God thrown his utmost support for the IGP to regulate prophecies in the country. He admonished colleague men of God to be cautious of how they prophesy.

‘‘I see nothing wrong with what the IGP said. If your prophecies are from God, why should you fear? I think there is nothing wrong with what the IGP said. We need to respect our calling’’.

On E-levy, he called the opposition National Democratic congress to support the modern system of taxation, introduced by the finance minister, in order to develop the country.

‘‘My worry is that, after the big taxes we do not see development, so if indeed the government is going to develop the country, I think we need to support taxation’’, he stated.

In conclusion, the Reverend Minster outlined some measures Ghanaians must observe in order to keep country on its toes.

‘‘2024, my remarks to the public are, we Ghanaians should pay close attention to God’s voice, they should adore God in the proper manner and also should work with their hands, Ghanaians should understand that, the days of manner is over, so if we keep folding our arms, the country will proceed to be impoverished..’’


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