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I Regret Voting For President Akufo-Addo: Rev. Solomon Nortey confesses

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Rev. Dr Solomon Nortey, a well-known pastor of the Methodist Church of Ghana, has expressed his regret over his decision to persuade his family, who were staunch supporters of the National Democratic Congress, to vote for the New Patriotic Party (NPP) led by President Akufo-Addo.

According to the pastor, his father, who has passed away, may be turning in his grave due to his actions.

During a sermon to his congregation members, Rev. Dr Nortey spoke out against the NPP government, stating that he is disappointed in the current state of Ghana’s affairs.

He expressed his concern over the hardship, bad governance, corruption, and economic challenges that Ghanaians are facing under President Akufo-Addo’s regime.

In a video that was posted on social media, the pastor criticized President Akufo-Addo’s intransigence and his refusal to downsize his government despite overwhelming calls to do so.

Rev. Dr Nortey also lamented the misapplication of the country’s resources and other issues that have plagued the nation during the current administration.

The pastor went on to discuss the controversial Domestic Debt Exchange Programme (DDEP), which has made it difficult for people to cultivate a saving culture.

He shared a story about a wealthy man whose life investments were locked up due to the DDEP, and how he had to beg for help to buy fuel.

Rev. Dr Nortey called on Christians to be ready to enter into politics to bring about positive change rather than continuing with the status quo.

He expressed his disappointment that revered religious leaders who he knows to be genuinely good people have chosen to work with the government to unleash hardship, corruption, bad governance, and economic challenges on Ghanaians.