Nana Aba Anamoah says Christians are Hypocrites; takes Religions Organisations to the Cleaners

Nana Aba Anamoah says Christians are Hypocrites; takes Religions Organisations to the Cleaners

- Nana Aba Anamoah has called Christians in Ghana hypocrites for some attitudes they display

- She has wondered why some want to have a national cathedral built when doctors and nurses lack basic tools in doing their work

- Anamoah's point has earned her both support and criticisms from Ghanaians

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Ghanaian media personality, Nana Aba Anamoah, has descended on religious organisations and called Christians hypocrites.

In a tweet sighted by YEN.com.gh, Anamoah wondered why Christians are excited about the construction of a national cathedral when some of their members can’t afford basic healthcare.

She explained that some of the members are dying because of the lack of hospital beds, simple tools for nurses and doctors to work with, yet, these same people are seconding for the cathedral to be built.

Nana Aba Anamoah says Christians are Hypocrites; takes Religions Organisations to the Cleaners
Nana Aba Anamoah. Photo credit: @thenanaaba/Instagram
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Her tweet has triggered massive reactions with some people attacking her.

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Kofi, for instance, called Nana Aba’s tweet publicist nonsense. He indicated that Ghana has wasted money in the past than what is going to be used to build the cathedral:

Awatey also accused Nana Aba of targetting God, saying she has so much problem with God:

Fred also called out Nana Aba, wondering the hypocrisy in the government deciding to build a Cathedral:

Nana also defended the construction of the National Cathedral:

There were others who supported Nana Aba:

In other news, the Chamber of Petroleum Consumers – Ghana (COPEC), has revealed that fuel prices will witness an increase in the next few hours.

The Executive Secretary of the chamber, Duncan Amoah, in a signed statement, said this has become necessary due to the increase of petroleum prices on the international market.

He said the commodity was sold at $520 per metric tonne has now been pegged at about $545 per metric tonne, according to an earlier report by YEN.com.gh.

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This, the statement says, translates to about 8 cedis per litre at the pump for both petrol and diesel, or about 5% on the international price index.

The above-mentioned figures make about a 1.25% increase in the current pump prices.

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