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Prez. Akufo Addo must go back and learn – Rev. Kobi Badu

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The founder and leader of Glorious Wave Ministry, Prophet Emmanuel Badu Kobi has advised the first man of the land President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo Addo to go back and learn more about politics.

According to the man of God, he believes there is a deliberate action by the finance minister Ken Ofori Atta who also happens to be the cousin of the President to collapse businesses in the country.

Speaking to his congregation he stated that if Ghanaians have failed to talk, he would talk about it so they know they are not doing the right thing.

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It's nonsense to tax churches - Badu Kobi to Akufo Addo
Prophet Badu Kobi (left) – Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo Addo(right)

“In Ghana, some things are happening and I’m the best person to tell them they are wrong and I use this medium to speak to the leader of the nation, Nana Akufo-Addo, who is the president, that from today if they don’t understand governance they must go and learn.” he preached.

“They are destroying people’s businesses since they came into power by reason of political partisanship; and in my day, you don’t spoil anybody’s business. If they came for the nation to be better, as they said, then they must change because most businesses are on their knees because of their parochial, political partisan mind; and in my day, I say no to them.”.

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He went on to warn the President and his finance minister about the rotation of power.

“Four years will come and you are gone, the highest is eight years, so, my friend and brother Ken Ofori-Atta, remember some few years ago, NDC wanted to bring your business down and some of us stood for you, now, you have come to power and you are trying to bring other people’s businesses down.”

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