A former Miss Ghana pageant who is now an ordained Minister of the Gospel, Rev Pearl Amoah has questioned Akufo-Addo, his Ministers and other stakeholders in the National Day of fasting and prayer whether they have a clean heart.
According to her, before one seeks the face of the Lord, there is the need to have a clean heart and mind but that seems not to be the case.
“I’ve a message and this message goes to the President says the Great I’m. You are about to fast and pray and seek my intervention on your country and the world. Have you decided to put aside the little gods, have you finished drinking the blood of the innocent people? Have you finished you and your team says the holy spirit, are you done with the evil you have done to this nation?
The corruption and things to the inhabitants and this also to the false prophets of this land. Are you done with the evil you’ve done to my children? Come to me with a clean heart, repent from within you before you come to me says the great I’m”.
Ghana is today observing a National Day of Fasting and Prayers to see the face of the Lord in the fight against coronavirus which has killed several people in other countries.