We Don't Need Your Prayers Or Your Sympathy — 'Suffering' Former Staff Of Capital Bank Fires Mensa Otabil's Pathetic Statement

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Mensa Otabil released the most pathetic statement ever in response to the Capital Bank collapse and the revelations made in recent days about how the board of the bank squandered a Ghc 610m bailout from the Bank of Ghana.
In the statement, Otabil said he’s worried most about those who lost their jobs and reserved some prayers for them in their difficult times.
However, some workers of the now defunct bank have come out to slam the pastor and said they don’t need his prayers and sympathy.

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After collapsing the bank due to greed and incompetence, what are they going to do with prayers and sympathy when they’ve been suffering for over a year?
“We don’t need his sympathises and prayers; it won’t change anything.” Raymond Danquah, a former  manager at the bank who now grills pork, said.
“Even workers of Capital Bank who are members of ICGC have not heard anything from the church”

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