- The general overseer of the Action Faith Chapel, Archbishop Nicholas Duncan-Williams has reportedly described Ghanaians as small-minded
- He explained that unlike Nigerians, Ghanaians do not take delight in celebrating the success of their countrymen
- He added that he counted about 25 private jets in Nigeria and it was of no concern to the government, the media or other people
Archbishop Nicholas Duncan-Williams, the general overseer of the Action Faith Chapel, has described Ghanaians as small-minded.
According to him, Ghanaians are convinced that it is criminal for someone to be prosperous in life.
He added that in Nigeria, the case is different as its citizens are desirous of seeing their fellow countrymen do well in life.
Sharing his observations after a trip to Nigeria, the man of God went on to say that he counted over 25 private jets packed in Nigeria as he headed home to Ghana.
The airplanes, he said, were of no concern to the government, the media or any other person or group of people.
A report by Ghanaweb.com, went on to say that Ghanaians need to support and be happy for other people who progress in life and refrain from pointing accusing fingers at them.
In other news, 24 students of the Methodist Girls High School have created paper from banana stalk.
The aim of the invention is to provide an alternative to plastics and two members, Maame Yaa Ohene-Eku, who is a science student, and Naa Shormeh Nortey, a home economics student, have revealed the intention behind the project.
They explained that the idea began as part of discussions amongst members of the school’s entrepreneurship club.
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