Ghanaians have been urged to work together to address the issues the country is currently facing by N’Akoa Prophet Nazareth Ansah Jamson, Leader and Founder of the Israel King of Jews Church.
He warned that if the populace did not band together to assist solve the country’s economic problems, it might descend into despair and regress.
Speaking during the Yahwe Yi’re Temple’s seventh anniversary celebration and the church’s 23rd anniversary celebration in Accra’s Dome was N’Akoa Jamson.
Adding that “Unity is what will make this country grow and become the country that we all desire,” he claimed that Ghana could advance via cooperation.
Ghana’s Chairman of the Prophets of the Spiritual Churches Council, N’Akoa Jamson, said that the church had made significant contributions to national progress in the fields of health, education, and job creation since its founding.
He advised Ghanaians to avoid being duped by false prophets and to pay attention to the Bible’s teachings instead.
In order to move on with a shared purpose, N’Akoa Jamson recommended the people to put the past behind them and let go of any animosity they may have had for one another.
He advised the youth to stop abusing drugs in order to protect their health, noting that drug usage among young people has an effect not only on the individual but also on the socioeconomic development of the nation.
N’Akoa Jamson also urged those who would be taking the Basic Education Certificate Examination (BECE) to pay attention in class and to abstain from cheating because they would not escape punishment if discovered.