Prophet Badu Kobi- Ghana Needs A Visionary Leader

Prophet Emmanuel Badu Kobi of the Glorious Wave Ministry has unsurprisingly attacked the Akufo-Addo-led administration, claiming that Ghana needs a visionary leader to save the people.

The Man of God, who has been a fierce critic of the ruling party, indicated that ever since President Nana Akufo-Addo took over the reins of government the nation has plunged in a nosedive and it will take a visionary leader to rescue the people from the hardship.

During an interview with Pastor Nyansa Boakwa on Happy FM’s Nsem Pii Show, Prophet Kobi was asked his opinion on the performance of President Nana Akufo-Addo since took office in 2016.

“Anytime I [Emmanuel Adu Kobi] speak on issues concerning the presidency people tag me as a problem. But let me tell you this, Until Nana Akufo-Addo took office we’re going nowhere, where is the vision. Where there is no vision my people perish, where is the vision, where are we going to?

“Let me advise you a little bit, when someone speaks to you about Ghana please try not to give him your mind because nobody has the power to change our predicament but only God can do so because nothing better will come out from it. Do you know the real reason behind politicians insatiable fight for power, it’s not because of you my brother, they are not in office to solve your problems but about themselves alone. Just look at the colossal budget they took to the Flagstaff House, what is it for.”

“We were told he [Nana Akufo-Addo] was coming to protect the public purse, so what’s the essence of the gargantuan budget. I’ll continue to hammer on this up until I see changes. We need visionary leaders govern the country but if not we’ll continue in this mess. Vision as I know has faces and stages.

“I was watching TV yesterday when traders at the Kaneshie Market complained bitterly about how they’re not selling as they used to, they were about 90 per cent.”

“They always deceive us with big English, however, that’s not what will take Ghana to the promise land, I said it but nobody took me serious. If we want to change it’ll depend on the seven pillars, and the spirit of the nation. You cannot change the nation without having the right spirit,” he deduced.