NPP WILL BREAK THE 8 NO MATTER WHAT – ST. SARK
By Sebastian R. Freiku
Apostle Kofi Nkansah-Sarkodie of the Open Arms Ministries/Jesus Chapel in Kumasi has observed that even though there is “lack or absence of divine direction” on the part of the NPP, the party will still break the eight years myth.
He has however indicated that the political sky is not clear yet enough as to who would emerge as the flagbearer of the NPP and become the president of the country in the 2024 general elections.
The General Overseer of the Open Arms Ministries who is affectionately called Saint Sark made these observations at a press conference held at the headquarters of his church at North Suntreso in Kumasi last Tuesday.
The Press Conference was under the ‘Jesus’ eye is on His Nation Ghana’ and touched on myriad of national issues including the scrapping of the Toll Booth system, the E-Levy, UTAG strike and the introduction of the Semester System in the basic schools, among others.
Saint Sark said “the heavens have not yet endorsed anybody from the NPP as the president from 2024” and therefore advised the supporters of both the Vice- President Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia and Alan Kwadwo Kyerematen to desist from fighting themselves “because the sky is not very clear for any of the two aspirants yet”.
On the issue of the Mobile SIM Card Registration, he said there is no wisdom to put deadline on the registration exercise and explained that “Ghana is not under any obligation to meet the March deadline. The frustrations associated with the registration process are just too much and waste of precious time and resources”.
Saint Sark lamented that traffic congestion near the toll booth gates as the reason for abolishing it was a clueless idea and argued that the ideal thing to do should have been to improve the road network around the toll booth areas.
He said having scrapped the the toll booth levy which raked in some 70 million cedis annually for a E-Levy which has not properly been thought through was not prudent and expressed worry that now all the big haulage trucks from neighbouring countries are using and damaging our highways for free.
He also stated that there is mostly an issue with any policy document the government tables before Parliament because there is the need for both spiritual and physical consultations which the government failed to do.
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