Pastor Samuel Aduama, the administrative and assistant Pastor of Calvary Charismatic Center (CCC) says Ghana can by itself finance its economic and infrastructural development without the help of any other country.
According to him, God has blessed the country beyond measure to enable it use its human and natural resource potentials to carry out its developmental agenda.
Speaking to the Ghanaian Observer Newspaper at his office in Ayigya, a suburb in the Kumasi Metropolis, the human development expert urged that leaders of the country work to devise better strategies in tackling the myriad of challenges it is currently confronted with.
Pastor Aduama noted the country could easily finance education, agriculture as well as technology if the government leads the way in cutting all forms of corruption from public life.
‘’Sometimes when I hear people including Christians say God should bless Ghana I wonder if we really know how much we are blessed as a people’’, Pastor Sammy posited.
The CCC Pastor admitted the absence of a development plan for the country is worrying.
This, he stressed should have been the blue print with which successive governments could work with to achieve rapid growth for the economy.
The availability of a working document or development plan, the affable Pastor reiterated could have hastened the pace of development and ensured economic independence.
Pastor Sammy, as the Assistant Minister is referred to by the CCC congregation tasked the Nana Addo government to think through having a national development agenda or plan.
‘’I believe Ghana could have achieved economic and social growth at a faster pace than what we are doing now if we had a binding development plan to guide successive governments’’, the Minister opined.
The youthful leader tasked government to take particular interest in fine tuning the country’s educational policies and programs.
This, he stressed will enable it fashion out deliberate and workable solutions to helping products who enter school take up courses that have available job places for them after completion.
The Minister wondered why the country continues to offer programs that have no place for people to secure jobs after they have toiled to complete university.
He, however, believes that the best way to get the country to develop in a faster way and pace is to pump deliberate investments in its educational and technological sectors.
‘’I believe human development happens fast with a good educational system in place because the countries that have produced wonders and are doing well have done so with education’’, Pastor noted with passion.