- Archbishop Nicholas Duncan-Williams prophesied in 2019 that there will be a serious uprising of the youth after 2020
- According to the founder of Action Chapel International, this will happen chiefly because the youth will be fed up with bad governance coupled with corruption and unemployment
- He cautioned that leader will have to listen to the young people and give them hope as it will be dangerous to pick up a fight with the young people
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The founder and leader of Action Chapel International, Archbishop Nicholas Duncan-Williams, prophesied in 2019 in an interview with Good Evening Ghana that the youth will rise up against their leaders.
The throwback video has surfaced amidst the current #FixTheCountry movement in which young people are relentlessly protesting that the government should fix the numerous problems facing the country.
During the interview, Archbishop Duncan-Williams specified that after 2020, the strong wind of youth seeking change out of endless hopelessness will heighten.
According to the renowned Christian leader, the staggering unemployment rate, coupled with high cost of living and how politicians rise to affluence due to corruption will make the youth fed up.
He cautioned at that moment that the leaders must think of rapid solutions to implement or else the issue will get out of hand when the young people decided to pick up a fight with their leaders.
"If we don't give them [the youth] hope, the most dangerous thing in life is to pick a fight with somebody who has nothing to lose. They have no cars, no wives, no children...nothing to live for; and they don't mind dying," he explained.
See the full video below:
Meanwhile, famous Ghanaian rapper, Sarkodie, has finally broken his silence concerning the trending FixTheCountry movement of Ghanaians calling on the government to attend to the numerous issues being faced by citizens.
According to the influential artiste, the citizens will automatically fix their attitudes if the government fixes the country for them.
He further explained that it is difficult for individuals to try fixing themselves in an environment that is not structured to favour people whose attitudes are fixed.
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