- Rev. Dr. Lawrence Tetteh says the country is in crisis
- This is because citizens don’t fear God anymore
- He calls for an immediate return to God
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President of the World Miracle Outreach (WMO) and Lawrence Tetteh Ministries (LTM), Rev. Dr. Lawrence Tetteh, has chastised Ghanaians for neglecting God for worldly satisfaction.
As a result, the country is beset with unimaginable challenges and vices that seek to undermine its development and economic progress.
“Ghanaians today do not fear God. The love of money supersedes all good thinking. Today, corruption is the new barometer,” Rev. Tetteh bemoaned during a news briefing on Wednesday, April 28, 2021, in Accra ahead of a 31-Day Prayer Rally dubbed: "This Nonsense Must Stop."
“In the midst of all of this nonsense, our religious leadership is silent, our faith is diminished, and the country is being led astray by lack of godliness and the fear of God,” he added.
The man of God called on well-meaning Ghanaians to return to the fear of God and godliness for “we are all responsible and equally guilty for the state of lawlessness and lack of godliness in our country.”
In other news on YEN.com.gh, the Energy Ministry for the umpteenth time insisted that Ghana is not slipping back to the dreaded days of erratic power supply known as ‘dumsor’.
There have been incessant unannounced power cuts in various parts of the country recently, heightening fears among Ghanaians that the country is gradually moving towards the unbearable ‘dumsor’ era of the John Dramani Mahama administration.
Just yesterday, Wednesday, April 28, 202, the minority in parliament accused the Akufo-Addo administration of destroying the legacy of Mahama in the energy sector.
At a press conference organized by the minority caucus in the lawmaking chamber, former Energy Minister, John Jinapor, the actions and inactions of the administration led to the return to the current power crisis.
The caucus urged that a nationwide timetable should be issued immediately.
Reacting to the call, the Energy Ministry rejected it as premature.
It said in a statement as reported by Starr news that “for the record, there has been no nationwide load shedding in the country, neither has there been an attempt to embark on one because there is no need to.”
It is explained that some of the projects ongoing in Accra and Kasoa, for example, will require outages for some days.
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