The rejection of God?s word by Ghanaians, particularly by those in authority is said to be a major contributory factor to the under development in the country.
He said the inability of most people to uphold truth and righteousness?had greatly hindered initiatives aimed at improving the living conditions of the people, especially the poor in society.
According to him, unless Ghanaians learn to change their attitude and uphold the word of God and stand by the truth,the country will continue to find itself in its present under developed state.
He also advised politicians in the country to desist from fanning hatred among the people because of their parochial interest, noting that such things also retard development.
He mentioned respect for one another, tolerance and understanding towards each other as the common principle that must guide them in their quest to attain political position or any high public office.
Source The Moment