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Reasons why Most African Go To Church

Here are five reasons why many African attend church

Religious tradition: For many Africans, going to church is a long-standing tradition and a part of their cultural heritage. It is seen as a way to connect with their faith, God and their community.

Spiritual fulfillment: Attending church provides an opportunity for individuals to deepen their spiritual connection and to experience a sense of comfort and peace through prayer, worship, and preaching.

Social connection: For many people, attending church is a way to build relationships and connect with others who share similar beliefs and values. This sense of community can be especially important for those who may feel isolated or lonely in their daily lives.

Support and guidance: Churches often provide counseling, support groups, and other resources to help individuals navigate the challenges of life. Many people attend church to receive guidance and support from their faith community.

Sense of purpose: Attending church can help individuals find meaning and purpose in their lives. Through their faith, they may discover a sense of direction and feel empowered to make a positive impact in their communities and the world.

It’s worth noting that everyone has their own individual reasons for attending church, and these reasons may vary from person to person.

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They Forget That God Is Not Their Village Chief – Muntaka To NDC Leadership

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They Forget That God Is Not Their Village Chief – Muntaka To NDC Leadership

Muhammed-Mubarak Muntaka, MP for Asawase, has called out the National Chairman of the National Democratic Congress (NDC), Johnson Asiedu Nketiah, for scheming to make him lose his seat.

According to Muntaka, some individuals within the party’s leadership led by Asiedu Nketiah, without mentioning any names, plotted to get him out of Parliament through his removal as a Chief Whip.

Asiedu Nketiah orchestrated the removal of Haruna Iddrisu, Muntaka, and James Avedzi as leaders of the minority bench early this year. Muntaka says it was all an attempt to remove him from parliament.

“They forget that God is not their village chief,” he said after he convincingly won his primaries this week.
wasn’t part of the strategy to get me out. Avedzi wasn’t contesting again, and Haruna didn’t haveany contenders, and I was the only one who had a contender, so to have done that at that time”It was part of the strategy to get me out,” he said.
“But like I keep saying, God is not their village chief; God doesn’t hate people because you
hate them.” He added.

Muntaka emerged victorious with 1,063 of the total valid votes cast, while his main contender,
Masawudu Mubarick trailed with 735 votes.

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Arrogance Akufo-Addo’s And Incompetence Ken Ofori-Atta Have Led Us Here – Mahama On Sophia Akuffo’s DDEP Outburst

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Arrogance Akufo-Addo’s And Incompetence Ken Ofori-Atta Have Led Us Here – Mahama On Sophia Akuffo’s DDEP Outburst

Former President John Dramani Mahama claims that President Akufo Addo’s “arrogance” and his Finance Minister Ken Ofori Atta’s “incompetence” are to blame for the nation’s current economic hardships.

He said in a Facebook post on Friday that the current difficulties might not have arisen if the government had responded positively to prior requests for a public dialogue.

According to Mahama, when the economy started deteriorating, he was part of those who stressed the need for consensus to help salvage the situation.

This he said, however, fell on deaf ears, leading to the ongoing widespread public agitations and the gloomy outlook of the economy.

“When I noticed we were running into an economic ditch, I made several calls for a genuine dialogue and national consensus on an economic programme.

“The arrogance and intransigence of a President, and incompetence of a Finance Minister and the Economic Management Team have led us here.

“We could have forged a broad non-partisan consensus on the IMF bailout and accompanying debt restructuring programme”, Mahama wrote.

“Alas, it seems too late now!”, the former President added.

When I noticed we were running into an economic ditch, I made several calls for a genuine dialogue and national…

Posted by John Dramani Mahama on Friday, February 10, 2023

In response to a report concerning Sophia Akuffo’s outburst about the government’s Domestic Debt Exchange Program, the 2020 NDC flagbearer made these comments (DDEP).

Along other irate pensioners, the former Chief Justice was seen picketing the Finance Ministry earlier today in protest over the program’s inclusion of retirees’ investments.

We depend on our bond yields to pay our rent, medical bills, electricity bills, and water bills, she proclaimed while raising a sign.

Speaking to the media, she claimed that despite receiving generous retirement benefits as a result of her position, she still sided with her less fortunate classmates.

The former Chief Justice called the DDE program wicked and unlawful.

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NPP’s Have Caused Hardship In Ghana – Kennedy Agyapong

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New Patriotic Party (NPP) flagbearer hopeful, Kennedy Agyapong, claims that the current administration made mistakes that contributed to the economic hardship Ghanaians are currently experiencing.

The repercussions of COVID-19 and the Russia-Ukraine crisis, which are destroying economies all across the world, were not entirely ignored by him.

“I always say that if we had a vote today in the entire world, 80% of the sitting governments would lose because the population cannot take the misery everywhere, making every government unpopular,” he stated.

But he holds the opinion that several policies and programs were carried out incorrectly, which also contributed to the country’s difficulties.

I’ll also add that, in hindsight, there are some things we did wrong that, in my opinion, would have prevented the current state of the economy.

He vehemently criticized the money wasted on NABCO, saying that it might have instead been used to establish companies and hire kids instead of the three-year program that ended and left graduates who were enrolled jobless once more.

About 100,000 youngsters were engaged by NABCO at GHC700 per month, or GHC700 million. For these young men, we could have created enterprises with 700 million. Although there won’t be 100,000 people employed, “young men and women could find employment because of the sustainability,” he claimed.

He said that despite the NPP’s errors, it is important to “fight propaganda by the NDC because a same thing happened with President Kufour when the first six to seven years he did marvelously well and the world crude oil prices went up, transportation, food, Ghanaians could not forgive the NPP.”

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