ICGC pastor to develop app for election 2020

General News of Monday, 27 February 2017

Source: mynewsgh.com


Albert Ocran

Personal information about individuals could soon be captured by a designed software to keep accurate data to conduct polls and population census, as well as to assist in the day-to-day planning by government.

“Things that people are crying over every day, [someone should] look for a solution to change the economic status of the country as record keeping continues to be a challenge to government.”

This, Motivational Speaker and Preacher, Albert Ocran, says he plans to develop an Application (App) to solve these problems.

The Associate Pastor of International Central Gospel Church (IGCC) revealed his plans to invent a well-defined App with single entity to link national data information to voter registration and population census data.

The Motivational Speaker said after completion of the App, it will eradicate electoral fraud and ensure transparent polls which could also be useful to the Statistical Service.

He therefore asked Christians to take bold, bold and religious ways in finding solutions to the numerous challenges confronting the national.

Albert Ocran who was speaking to Calvary Charismatic Centre (CCC) congregation at a 40-Day of Purpose programme in Kumasi on the theme “What on Earth Am I Here For?” As the Guest Speaker asked men in the house of God not to shy away from being business persons as majority of Chief Executive Officers across the globe are Christians.

Pastor Albert Ocran also revealed a number of things he intends to bring by the year 2020 in addition to the software.

He hinted of plans to build the first World Medical Centre in Ghana aiming to ameliorate lives of the citizenry and to establish business financial institutions that will sponsor Christians youth education.