Pastor calls on Ghanaians to be discipline


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By
Michael Owusu Duodu, GNA    

Patasi Estates (Ash), Sept. 15, GNA – Pastor
Asamoah Gyawu Nocdoor, the General Overseer of the Royal Gate Mission, in
Kumasi, has said there was the need to find why Ghana has abundant human and
natural resources but continue to suffer under-development.

Pastor Nockoor in an interview with the Ghana
News Agency at the end of a week-long

By
Michael Owusu Duodu, GNA
    

Patasi Estates (Ash), Sept. 15, GNA – Pastor
Asamoah Gyawu Nocdoor, the General Overseer of the Royal Gate Mission, in
Kumasi, has said there was the need to find why Ghana has abundant human and
natural resources but continue to suffer under-development.

Pastor Nockoor in an interview with the Ghana
News Agency at the end of a week-long revival programme dubbed: “Bring Back the
Glory” said Ghana was endowed with numerous natural resources but indiscipline
has robbed the nation of the benefits that these providence of nature could
bring to its people and make it the envy of the world.

“Our corrupt and selfish ways of doing things
have made it extremely difficult for us to adequately and effectively harness
our gold, diamond, bauxite, cocoa, timber, cashew and oil and other resources
for the good of the nation and its people, and instead, we are always
complaining and indulging in unnecessary and unhealthy blame games,” he said.

The General Overseer, therefore, urged
Ghanaians to do intensive individual and collective self-intuition, to identify
our short falls and seek appropriate remedy.

“I strongly believe that we should go back to
God the Creator who gave us these resources to show us the way to go in order
to regain our lost riches, wealth, grace and glory,” he said.

GNA


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