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Omane Antwi has condemned Rogue pastors

by The Ghana HIT

On Saturday, during the Graduation Ceremony of the Accra Business School in Accra under the theme: “Designing the Future”, Prof. Omane Antwi while giving his speech he said that the charlatans are greatly contributing to the laziness of young people. He said that they deceive the people of Ghana with fake miracles that will make them rich.

“Fellow countrymen and women, let me conclude by quickly touching on another dreadful area consuming and wasting the lives of poor and vulnerable men and women in this country. I am talking about the tricks of some rogue pastors, ‘mallams’, and voodoo people who are selling every merchandise on earth in their churches/prayer centers as charms, witch hunting powers, quick money to name a few. These rogue pastors and others claim to visit people in their dreams, catching every conceivable witch in people’s lives, multiplying by conjuring currencies and giving winning lotto numbers; they are duping innocent and vulnerable people in billions of cedis every day,” he said.

Kwame Antwi said that many citizens of Ghana, and more so the young people, have been turned into “lazy citizens expecting miracles to make them rich. It is high time our leaders whose one sacred duty is to change the lives of the citizenry to rise,”

He requested the government, the clergy, Bank of Ghana, Ghana Revenue Authority, Ghana Police Service to collaborate to chase the rogue pastors in the system. The collaboration will stop their appalling acts of hoodwinking the “vulnerable of our society to believing that there is the easy and fastest way to become rich in Ghana”.

Prof. Omane Antwi said that Ghanaian does not require miracles. He insisted that they need a holistic education system, healthcare, justice, productive industries, a fearless knowledgeable society.

Omane Antwi stated “Fellow Ghanaians, truly, we have challenges as a country. I have not even spoken about the ‘galamsey’ menace and the corruption canker in Ghana. Please let me end here by calling upon the graduands; now that you know a few of the problems in Ghana; go out to the world and design the future; design your future life; design the future of your workplace; design the future of entrepreneurship; design the future of the socio-economic life of Ghana; and finally design the future of your Christ-like life so that you can develop the fruit of the spirit which is love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness and faithfulness, gentleness, and self-control. Against such things there is no law (Galatians 5:22-23).”

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