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“You Have Failed” – Moment Prez Nana Addo And NPP Members Faces Change As Pastor Exposes Them [Watch]



"You Have Failed" - Moment Prez Nana Addo And NPP Members Faces Change As Pastor Exposes Them [Watch]

A former Chairman of the Christ Apostolic Church exposed President Nana Akufo-Addo and his NPP members while delivering his sermon at their event.

Immediately he tagged their governance as a failure the facial expressions from Nana Addo and NPP suggested they were not happy with the comment from the preacher.

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The pastor did not mince words when he spoke directly to the powers that be and asked them to clean their house.

According to the pastor, If President Nana Addo and NPP claim they have the men, then it should show on how they govern the affairs of the country.

Based on all the poor economic figures and hardship, the preacher intimated that the NPP needs to reassess itself, unite and ensure that they deliver the goods they promised Ghanaians.

“NPP party talks about we have the men. If you have the men without unity, you don’t have the mind. Because the men are there and they’re not united, they will not give you their brains. The party will differ, and the nation will suffer. If the nation fails, you have failed,” he preached

These words did not solicit the right facial expressions from the president and some bigwigs of the party at the event.

In fact, the preacher went on to say, “I believe you called the wrong person to speak today.”

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He went on to chastise the government by using euphemisms to describe the porous nature of the country and how almost everything has degenerated.

Watch the video below;

In other news, the Ministry of Communications and Digitisations has announced special measures put in place to assist Ghanaians living in abroad to help them acquire the Ghana card.

The sector Minister, Mrs Ursula Owusu-Akuful announced on Sunday, 31st July, 2022 the Sim card registration deadline has been extended to September 30.

But, some Ghanaians especially those living outside the country have not been able to register their SIMs because of their inability to acquire their Ghana Cards.

In a press statement, the Minister for Communications and Digitalisations Ursula Owusu-Ekuful said while the deadline remains in force, the National Communications Authority (NCA) would fast track the process for Ghanaians living outside Ghana.

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