If governance is about prayers, then we better vote for a pastor as president – A Plus boldly tells Akufo Addo

A Plus has boldly told the president of the Republic of Ghana, Nana Akufo Addo that if governance is firmly hinged on prayers, pastors would have been the best people to rule the country.

He revealed this in a new post shared on social media while reacting to a statement from the presidency whereby Akufo Addo said he has to ‘run’ to God for divine intervention as the prevailing hardship under his tutelage goes from bad to worse.

Recall that the president while speaking at the 12th Biennial conference of the Methodist Church of Ghana at Winneba in the Central Region said his government will continue to push through its programmes despite the difficulties.

“We will also continue with our expansion and modernise our education system to create the 21-century workforce, systematically reform our health care system to ensure a robust system, the realization of agenda of industrial transformation that holds the key to future prosperity, execution of comprehensive infrastructure plans in roads and railway, conclusion of the digitalization project to attain full benefit, empowerment of the security agencies to guarantee the safety of the country.

But above all, I will continue to have abiding faith in God to help turn the fortunes of the nation around together with appropriate policies, determination and hard work, and I urge all to have the same beliefs that the fortunes of Ghana under the Presidency of Nana Akufo-Addo will be restored, the battle is the Lord’s.”

However, A-Plus thinks Akufo Addo’s statement is wobbly and grossly underlines his vast incompetence.

He goes ahead to share a photo of Prophet Kumchacha to indicate that if prayers can turn the fortunes of the country, then he (Kumchacha) should be elected into office to do that.

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