Akufo-Addo’s Gov’t ‘heartless & wicked’ – Prophet Oduro reacts to cash splashing at NPP conference

The Head Pastor of the Alabaster International Ministry, Prophet Kofi Oduro has described the ruling New Patriotic Party (NPP) government as being heartless and wicked to the citizens.

According to the outspoken prophet, the kind of governance the President Akufo-Addo-led administration has delivered to Ghanaians amount to “heartless and wickedness.”

Prophet Kofi Oduro’s comments come on the back of scenes of money splashing at the NPP’s just-ended National Delegates Conference at the Accra Sports Stadium, where they elected new executives to lead the party in the next four years.

He lamented over what he said was a display of insensitive political tactics by the ruling party in the economic woes facing the country.

The prophet said he could not fathom where these politicians got such sums of money to share among themselves, when the government cannot afford to pay the allowances of teachers, Doctors, Nurses, and other public sector workers.

“I was sitting by my television at a broke nation, that they can’t pay teachers, doctors, nurses and yet they are here organizing a gathering for politicians where they were sharing bundles of money. If you were not in government would you have had this money?

“There are people giving birth on the floor, people are dying at Korle Bu Teaching hospital but you don’t care, but because you want positions, you can flash out these amounts…. you are heartless and wicked,” Prophet Kofi Oduro fired.

He is of the view that irrespective of the works of these politicians headed by President Akufo-Addo, God will judge them by their deeds.

Meanwhile, Political Scientist and a renowned member of the NPP, Dr Richard Amoako Baah has expressed worry about the NPP government and how things are being run in the country.

The former lecturer of the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) who was speaking to Piesie Okrah in an interview after the NPP conference said “things are not going well and I doubt this is what the NPP stands for.”

To him, the economic nosedive and hardship is not what he joined the NPP to campaign for.

“I doubt if Akufo-Addo will listen to good counsel,” he added.

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