Pastor takes on MPs for lackadaisical attitude towards RTI passage

Pastor takes on MPs for lackadaisical attitude towards RTI passage

Head Pastor of the Alabaster International Ministries, Prophet Dr Kofi Oduro has hit out at Parliament over the continuous delay in passing the Right to Information (RTI) Bill.

According to him, the posture of legislators suggest they are only good at approving loans for cars.

The pastor made the statement while delivering a sermon at the Tesano Centre of the church on Sunday.

Pastor takes on MPs for lackadaisical attitude towards RTI

Head Pastor of the Alabaster International Ministries, Prophet Dr Kofi Oduro. Source: Facebook.com
Source: UGC

READ ALSO: PDS staff attacked with cutlass at Kokrobite over dumsor

“I’m asking our parliamentarians, Right to Information Bill, when will it be passed,” Prophet Dr Kofi Oduro is quoted as saying by MyNewsGh.com.

If we were passing car loans, you would have passed it long ago; when will the Right to Information Bill be passed? Honourables! I’m telling you the mind of God.

The Right to Information Bill is still before Parliament, with successive governments showing little commitment in passing it.

The Speaker of Parliament assured that the Bill will be passed by the end of February, however, nothing has been heard since.

There have also been numerous protests from some journalists to get the bill passed, but to no avail.

Prophet Kofi Oduro slammed the attitude of successive governments, who never continue projects and policies started by their predecessors.

PAY ATTENTION: 15 Traits That Meghan Markle Has In Common With Princess Diana

According to him, successive Ghanaian governments have always demonstrated a “confused line of leadership”.

I know of no confused line of leadership than the Government of Ghana; this government starts something, the other abolishes it and start another thing,” he said.

I left my job at the BBC to push drugs.: Paa Joe Odonkor - Star Gist| #Yencomgh

Subscribe to watch new videos

READ ALSO: Full list of 2019 VGMA nominees

Your sYour stories and photos are always welcome. Get interactive via our Facebook page.

 

Source: Yen.com.gh

Related news
Senior Minister explains why jailing Chinese 'Galamsey Queen' won't solve Ghana’s problem

Senior Minister explains why jailing Chinese 'Galamsey Queen' won't solve Ghana’s problem

Senior Minister explains why jailing Chinese 'Galamsey Queen' won't solve Ghana’s problem
YEN.com.gh
Mailfire view pixel