- The leader of Alabaster International Prayer Ministry has criticized how there has not been much movement to seek justice for lives ended unjustly in the local space
- He compared and contrasted many scenarios pivoted around that of George Floyd which showed that Ghanaian authorities do not treat their own people fairly
- Prophet Kofi Oduro reportedly made the statements during his recent Sunday service
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Renowned Ghanaian prophet Kofi Oduro, the founder and leader of the Alabaster International Prayer Ministry has provoked the public with a mind-boggling opinion triggered by the demise of Prof. Yaw Benneh.
According to Rainbowradioonline.com, the Ghanaian prophet made the statements during a Sunday service amid the brouhaha that has befallen Nigeria in recent days.
Prophet Kofi Oduro asked why Ghanaians and Ghanaian authorities were quick to seek justice for George Floyd when they have not been any much responsive to the untimely murder of the likes of Prof. Yaw Benneh.
In his own words:
“I was wondering and thinking about what kind of absurdity was that. Where is the justice for the Takoradi girls, where is the justice for JB Danquah, where is the justice for Prof. Yaw Benneh, where is the justice for Marcus the one who was killed in Sogakope, where is the justice for Mark Ofori in Takoradi?
"Where is the justice for all these people including the MP who was brutally murdered recently? Where is the justice? That we can hypocritically divert very quickly justice for George Floyd? Where did you meet George Floyd, did you attend school with him, and yet you are demanding justice for him? That is very interesting."
As it would be recalled, the Ministry of Tourism, the Ghana Tourism Authority, and the and office of diaspora affairs held a memorial service to honour the death of George Floyd, when he passed.
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Meanwhile, popular Ghanaian comedian, Teacher Kwadwo, whose real name is Michael Owusu Afriyie, has revealed how his life story changed after he reached out to Nana Ama McBrown.
In a video sighted by YEN.com.gh on the official YouTube handle of ZionFelix Entertainment News, the comedian mentioned that all he had to do was send a direct message to Nana Ama on her Instagram handle.
According to Kwadwo, his pursuit of Nana Ama started when he began making comedy videos and was helping schoolchildren with benevolent supplies.
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