Focus on Growing Ghana – Prophet Attigah tells Politicians

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The Founder, Leader and General Overseer of Back to Sender Prayer Camp, Prophet Godwin Attigah, has rebuked politicians to focus much of their attention on the growth of Ghana than their personal interest of enriching their pockets on the blank side of the Ghanaian people.

He lamented about the delay in the growth of the country which according to him has affected the standard of living of the ordinary Ghanaian. He was speaking in an interview with

“Many Ghanaians are crying day inn and day out for better leadership while some Pastors and Prophets are saying that it is in fulfilment of the prophecies of the Holy Books that ‘there will be hardships in the last days”.

He explained that “Ghanaian leaders from time immemorial lack the habit of continuity, thus they do not continue the projects they inherit from their predecessors, they rather starts their own projects which they know can not be completed at the end of their tenure in office, hence contributes to the delay in the country’s progress in every sector of the economy”.

He cautioned that “the Akufo-Addo led New Patriotic Party (NPP) government can only make impact in Ghana’s economy if he continue the abandoned projects started by his predecessors alongside undertaking new developmental projects being planned by his government”.

Prophet Godwin Attigah called on the parliament of Ghana to formulate laws that will compel successive governments to continue uncompleted projects initiated with resources of the country be it Internally generated revenue or loan facility before starting any other projects and also scrutinized any project to ensure value for money to save Ghana.

Source: William Dei-Gyau ||

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