Ghanaians are not angry enough to develop according to ICGC pastor

Ghanaians are not angry enough to develop according to ICGC pastor

- The clergyman blasted Christians who fail to honour and develop the country

- Rev Dr Cudjoe blamed the country's struggles on lack of determination

The Head Pastor of the Calvary Temple of the International Central Gospel Church (ICGC), Rev Dr, Anthony Cudjoe, has stated that unless Ghanaians become angry with our current situations, Ghana will continue to retrogress.

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Rev Cudjoe was speaking at a special service held at the church at Sakumono in Accra last Sunday..

The clergyman remarked: "Until this anger pushed the citizens to ensure that the right thing was done, the people should not expect that anything would change,”

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He espressed his dissatisfaction about how some Ghanaians, knew the practices that made certain countries developed yet have failed to implement here.

Ghanaians are not angry enough

The ICGC is headed by Mensa Otabil who is himself not shy to veer into public affairs. Photo credit: Google Images

Rev Cudjoe also called out how people misbehave and go unpunished because of party affiliations.

He continued: “Among all these people are the same found in the church and in spite of all the messages they hear in Church and the exposure, they are still “villagers” in Christ Jesus.

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In closing, the man of God called on all the citizenry to live lives worthy of emulation by contributing their quota to national development.

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