Our politicians are only interested in winning elections-CCC Pastor

Ghana News–Head Pastor of the Calvary Charismatic Centre, Atasemanso in Kumasi says Ghanaian politicians are only interested in winning elections and do not care about developing the nation.

Preaching on the theme: “Arise and Build” on Sunday 6th May, 2018, the young Pastor was livid about the state of development in Ghana.

“We excuse ourselves too much in this country”, he said and adds that all the politicians care about is how to win the next elections even if true development has to be sacrificed for cosmetic moves.

He was speaking after a power-packed prayer festival he hosted in his church.

He called on Ghanaians at all levels to stand up and help build the country into a state “we can be proud of”.

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  1. Well pastor, I do not think there is anything strange about politicians being very, very focused on winning elections. It happens all around the world.

    Perhaps a key to developing a nation is bipartisanship; particularly in matters where each of the big parties could be coaxed to discovering areas of common ground. May be this is a role for the church to assist parties in this discovery, and the voting public to identify that common ground. May be even “Common Ground” could become a coaxing slogan for the Church as a whole to assist politicians of all ilk, and others in the discovery.

    Once common ground was discovered and nation building well underway political parties would still have plenty of differences to base their election platforms on.

    Actually I have no interest in politics in any country whatsoever. I just think that when people find common ground they achieve much better and still maintain diversity.

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