Ghanaians asked to stop criticising government

Togbe Kotoku XI, Paramount Chief of Kpenoe, at the weekend called on Ghanaians to desist from constantly finding fault with the government.

He said instead, everyone should work hard to support the government implement its programmes.

Togbe Kotoku who is also an evangelist, was speaking at a special “Fathers’ Day” session of the Men’s Fellowship of Jubilee Christian Centre in Ho.

He noted that many people had left their productive works and were only finding fault with the government and people in authority and said that attitude is incorrect.

Togbe Kotoku therefore charged fathers to sit up as the heads of their families and society and work hard towards the rapid socio-economic development of the country and stop murmuring and calling into radio programmes to complain.

“Criticism is not that bad but the way all of us especially opposition parties constantly find fault with ruling governments is not the best”, he said.

Togbe Kotoku observed that Christians were the worst offenders, constantly judging others instead of praying for them and urged them to repent.

“Judgment belongs to God. The more you despise people, the more you drive them away from God and from doing the right thing,” he said.

Source: GNA

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