We have always yearned of having our favourite political parties manage the affairs of Ghana but what about having pastors as the rulers of Ghana's political and administrative government? Have you ever imagined how Ghana's political dispensation could look like if we had an administration fully constituted by men of God?
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Since colonial times Ghana's political landscape has been the firm reserve of hardcore politicians and social commentators whose main preoccupation is convincing the masses for political power.
So which particular pastors could make the list to an imaginary administration strictly made of spiritual leaders? This list by YEN.com.gh has settled on the list of some pastors who could easily make it to the Flagstaff house.
President: Pastor Mensa Otabil
Vice president: Rev Sam Korankye Ankrah
Defense Minister: Archbishop Duncan Williams
Interior Minister: Rev. Eastwood Anaba
Finance Minister: Rev. Kingsley Appiah-Agyei
Minister for youth and sports: Rev. Dag Heward-Mills
Minister for Education: Apostle Dr. Opoku Onyinah
Power and Energy minister: Apostle Dr. Kojo Sarfo
Communications minister: Rev. Albert Ocran
Minister for Agriculture: Bishop Tachie-Yarboi
Minister for roads and highways: Rev. Lawrence Tetteh
Minister for trades and industry: Pastor Robert Ampiah-Kwofie
Foreign Affairs minister: Rev. Joyce Aryee
Employment minister: Rev. Steve Mensah
Minister for religious affairs: Rev. Prof. Emmanuel Martey
Health Minister: Bishop Charles Agyin Asare
Wondering why Bishop Obinim was left out? It's because he already has a position as Chief Justice!