A renowned preacher and minister in charge of the Agona Nyakrom branch of the Apostles’ Continuation Church, Evangelist Kwesi Atta has said Ghana has remained in its current poor state because its leaders have lost focus.
This, he said, is as a result of the neglect of God by those in charge of the helm of affairs of the country, and relying on their own understanding to govern the nation.
According to Evangelist Kwesi Atta, Ghanaians pride themselves as a religious people, yet majority of the people, including its leaders seek for protection and power from other gods for guidance, instead of seeking for God’s discernment, describing the claim as meer rethoric.
Reacting to the 31 Watchnight “no prophecy” directive by the Inspector General of Police, Evangelist Kwesi Atta advised the security not to meddle too much in the affairs of the work of God, as that will also amount to impeding the purpose of God.
He however cautioned men of God who always gives prophecies of death of high-profile personalities during such occasion to desist from the practice, as it often send fear and panic, not only on the immediate members of the family of those people, but in the country as a whole.
By Robert Ayanful