Ghana is going through economic storm - Bishop Agyinasare wades into country's situation

Ghana is going through economic storm - Bishop Agyinasare wades into country's situation

- Bishop Charles Agyinasare has waded into the conversation of the country being faced with economic challenges

- He admitted "we have economic storm" in Ghana

He made this known while delivering the sermon on Sunday, November 10, 2019

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General Overseer of the Perez Chapel, Bishop Charles Agyinasare, has waded into the conversation of the country facing myriad economic challenges.

While delivering a sermon during service on November 10, 2019, he admitted "we have economic storm" in Ghana.

According to reports, he recounted the experiences of many of his associates and church members to illustrate his assertion.

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‘Bishop, all my savings and investments are gone'. Another said: 'In your book, 'Money in Your Pocket', you encouraged us to save for our future and, so, I’ve been investing but here I am; it's gone'.
As if that was not enough, “A young man who had asked his employers to be investing 20 per cent of his salary in provident funds said: 'Bishop, I should have been eating well with my wife than to be squeezing to live and losing all my investment,'” he shared yet another experience.

Surprised at how members of his congregation were constantly complaining about their finances, Bishop Agyinasare said he could only say, “Wow, money is failing just as it did in biblical Egypt.”

He, however, encouraged the members of his congregation by alluding to Isaac in the Bible telling them of how God still blessed people abundantly in the midst of crises.

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In other news, president, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, has stated that using the money gotten from the country's oil find to fund the Free SHS programme is not a decision he regrets.

According to him, the educational investment being made into these beneficiaries of the free SHS is important for the future of the country.

Addressing members of staff and students of Mawuli Senior High School, he said investing and developing the human capital of a country is what would help Ghana transition to be a better place for all.

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