Economic crisis: “This is not the time for blame game; God is the only solution- Prophet Nakoa Ansah

Prophet Nakoa Nazareth Jamson Ansah, the founder and leader of the Israel King of Jews Church, has said that the current economic crisis is not the time to point fingers, and that only God can fix it.

“If Ghana is given all the money in the world without Almighty God’s intervention and directions, the country will still suffer,” said Nakoa.

He commiserated with all Ghanaians about the troubling hard times we find ourselves in both here and abroad.

“Sadly, we do not seek the reason why these things are happening from Almighty God, so, He will show us what to do.” We rather rely on our knowledge which will lead us nowhere,”

“Times are indeed hard, and for this reason, we need to cast our minds back to how our forefathers survived similar situations,” Prophet Nakoa said.

According to Prophet Nakoa Nazareth, references can be made to instances of difficult times in both the Holy Bible and the Holy Quran.

He said, “But in all these, we can tell or learn how our forefathers patiently waited on Almighty God to keep and deliver them from such hard and troubling moments.”

He urged people to seek direction and the intervention of Almighty God so we can also sail through these troubling times.

So this platform is to plead with everyone to be mindful of the era we find ourselves in, be calm and wait patiently upon Almighty God, just as our forefathers did in similar situations in the past.

Touching on the situation in Turkey, he was saddened by the fact that more than 5,000 buildings had been destroyed by the 7.8 magnitude quake.
More than 13,000 people have been sent to help with search and rescue. They have set up 41,000 tents, 100,000 beds, and 300,000 blankets. Almost 8,000 people have been rescued so far, which made him weep.

“For this reason, I came to pay a courtesy call and homage to the Muslim spiritual leader, His Eminence Dr. Sheikth Nuhu Osmanu Sharabutu, to discuss and pray over the massive earthquake in Turkey and Syria that left more than 5,000 people dead and more than 20,000 injured.

He therefore asked for prayers for Ghana , Turkey, and Syria, maintaining that prayer is the key .
The National Chief Imam, Dr. Sheik Nuhu Osmanu Sharabutu, through his spokesperson, Sheik Aremeyaw Shaibu, also bemoaned the devastation of Turkish and Syrian cities.
He, therefore, said that as the “Supreme Muslim leader, I will organize my people to pray for Allah’s intervention for our brothers and sisters in Turkey and Syria.” However, if it is only God’s will or test, we will pray for his mercy and grace.

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