Political parties must embark on house cleaning - Clergyman

The Evangelical Society of Ghana has blamed political parties for bringing upon the nation, an overwhelming worship of money.

Reverend Professor Enoch Immanuel Amanor Agbozo

The Ghana Evangelical Society has revealed that God has given a divine order for political parties to embark on house cleaning exercises to end corrupt practices.The leader of the Evangelical Society, Reverend Professor Enoch Immanuel Amanor Agbozo said this was to create a new political order, politics and governance of divine and spiritual life in peace.

Speaking at a press conference in Accra on the theme: ‘Jehovah God calls for House Cleaning by Political Parties,’ Rev Agbozo said: “God has rebuilt and established the nation for a divine destined glory as His chosen nation for His blessed heritage of glory in Africa and the World.”

According to him, the call was also to provide the political parties and politicians an eligible, righteous, and trust-worthy government in the management of national affairs in furtherance to God’s will.

He indicated that political parties and politicians have created political parties as “instruments of corruption, robbery and malfeasance and avenues for the transfer and takeover of national assets.”

Rev Agbozo blamed political parties for bringing upon the nation, an overwhelming worship of money which had thwarted the progress and prosperity of the people and nation at large.

He expressed concern about the country’s state of politicisation, polarisation, division and disunity that had corrupted and disrupted national progress, sanity and order in national affairs.

“This has created as it is, systems and structures of abuse, dysfunctionalism, inconsistent and ineffective government in the administration of the affairs of the nation and people,” he said.

He said politicians, instead of building a united and peaceful nation, had created a more divided people, violent and blood stained nation.


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