- Rev. Dr. Lawrence Tetteh says the country is in crisis because of unbridled cases of corruption
- He joined the likes of Bridget Otoo in complaining about the unwillingness to fight the menace by the political class
- Professor Emmanuel Gyimah-Boadi for instance stated that President Nana Akufo-Addo has no credibility in fighting corruption.
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President of the World Miracle Outreach (WMO) and Lawrence Tetteh Ministries (LTM), Rev. Dr. Lawrence Tetteh, says Ghana is bedeviled with serious challenges today because corruption has permeated every fabric of the country.
“Our nation today is beset with challenges of every kind and vices which seek to undermine its development and to derail our economic progress,” he bemoaned.
“Today, corruption is the new barometer,” Rev. Tetteh added.
He was speaking during a news briefing on Wednesday, April 28, 2021, in Accra ahead of a 31-Day Prayer Rally dubbed: "This Nonsense Must Stop" as reported by Ghana News Agency.
According to the man of God, “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.”
In other news on YEN.com.gh, Bridget Otoo painted a grim picture of President Akufo-Addo’s legacy in the fight against corruption.
Ghana reportedly loses close to US$3billion to corruption annually.
Appearing on Starr FM’s personality profile show, Starr Chat, the former TV3 reporter did not mince words when she expressed dissatisfaction with the president’s commitment to fighting the scourge.
She said in response to a question from the host Nana Aba that the president is “leaving a tattered corruption legacy.”
According to the media personality, when she meets the president, she will reach out and shake his hand “and tell him to sit up. Sit up, you are  and should leave a better legacy.”
Already, Professor Emmanuel Gyimah-Boadi stated that President Nana Akufo-Addo has no credibility in fighting corruption.
“I am afraid to say it is in tatters,” the co-founder and Executive Director of Afrobarometer told Accra-based Citi FM as reported by YEN.com.gh earlier.
According to him, the president’s anti-corruption credibility had been in tatters for a while but the removal of Daniel Domelevo as the Auditor-General “puts a nail in the coffin.”
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