- Pastor Mensa Otabil has made posts on social media that suggest he has taken a dig at Moesha
- The popular man of God took to his social media account to open fire over the issue
- Moesha Boduong came under heavy fire after her interview with CNN’s Christiane Amanpour went viral
The leader and founder of International Central Gospel Church headquartered in Accra, Pastor Mensa Otabil, has waded into an ongoing controversy after a video involving actress Moesha Boduong.
The video which has angered a lot of Ghanaians on social media who called out the actress for ‘insulting’ hardworking Ghanaian women who are trying hard to make a living for themselves in decent jobs and professions.
The man of God, in reacting to the issue, took to his official Twitter handle and made did not mince any words even though he did not directly mention any names.
One of his posts read, “Those who spend their lives trying desperately to be what they are not, end up as frustrated carbon copies who get bypassed by the world."
Turning his attention to ‘sponsors’ who decide to spend their monies on single ladies for sexual favors, the man of God opined, “It is not wise for a man to work hard just to give all his money to a woman he has no intention of marrying in the first place. To any man doing this, please, for your own sake, be wise!”
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The popular pastor went on to admonish the youth to learn to be independent instead of depending on others for the financial safety and survival. He also clamored for people to rather exploit their God-given potentials
To this effect, the post made by the pastor read, “There is little that our generation can achieve if we do not break the spirit of dependency. We have what it takes to do great things. But it starts with us believing in our God-given potentials.”
Actress Moesha Babiinoti Boduong attracted heavy criticism from social media after she made some comments regarding Ghana’s economy and how difficult it was living as a woman in the country.
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In the video below, the deputy education minister, Mrs Barbara Ayisi, speaks on how President Akufo-Addo inspires her, and how the president's success story must also inspire the youth of Ghana to greater heights:
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