20.09.2021 Social News

Enforce justice to the fullest to ensure transparency in society - Apostle God bless Boateng

Apostle God bless Boateng
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Apostle God bless Boateng

The General Overseer of the Cornerstone Bible Church International located at Kumasi Ayigya near the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST), His Eminence Apostle Godbless Boateng has stressed the need for government to come out with measures to strengthen the justice delivery system in the country.

His Eminence Apostle Boateng made the disclosure in an interview with the correspondent on Sunday, September 12 when he was climaxing his seven days Holy Ghost Action Campaign program which started on Monday, September 6 and ended on Sunday, September 12, 2021.

The program under the theme: "The Return Of God's Glory" attracted other religious leaders and the general public.

The clergy noted that the rising crime and other social vices among the jobless youth is worrying and a threat to the security of the country.

Apostle Boateng blames the situation on weak law enforcement and snail's pace justice delivery system.

He noted that the Return of God's Glory was diminished from the land of Israel making the people face difficulties due to the non-existent rule of law as foretold in the Scripture.

According to him, when the people disobey the laws, the end results was ritual killings, armed robbery, corruption, abortion, human rights abuses among others.

Apostle Boateng added that when the Israelites came across their offences and turned over a new leaf in prayers and remained law abiding citizens the Lord heard their prayers and returned His glory unto them to build a solid economy.

The Apostle reiterated that it is now time our leaders rise up to make the laws bite irrespective of one's political affiliation or background to ensure that the Glory of God returns to the country for the betterment of all.

The man of God also blamed his colleague men of God for their continuous silence over the ungodly activities in the country.

Apostle Boateng noted that instead of speaking the truth, some pastors are busy using their pulpits to engage in politics whiles others are always singing prosperity messages in their sermons.

The man of God therefore called on Ghanaians to as a matter of national interest come together, bury their differences and usher Ghana into the hands of God to help avert any danger which Satan has planned against the country.

King Amoah
King Amoah

Ashanti Regional CorrespondentPage: KingAmoah

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