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Opambour and Kumchacha Defend Poor Ghanaians and Blast Insensitive Akufo-Addo Over MoMo Levy

Rev Opambour, a self-titled Nation’s prophet, has dropped a freestyle to address disturbing issues in Ghana, including the recently read 2022 budget.

The opinionated man of God described the budget and governance of the ruling NPP as suicidal during one of his live sermons on his privately-owned TV station.

Rev Opambour sought answers from the government, asking why they will suspend monies collected at the various toll booths across the country and allocate them on electronic money transactions.

He put all his grievances into a hilarious song that many have claimed is a diss song to the president.

In the freestyle, the preacher hammered on the hardship in the country and reminded the government of the promises they have failed to keep.

He also lamented on how the poor are being tasked and stolen from while the rich are enjoying in their luxury apartments.

Rev. Opambour described the move of the government charging E-levy as insensitive and lambasted the Akufo Addo-led NPP government for making the country a living hell.

Video below.

In another clip captured in the same video, Prophet Kumchacha was heard echoing the incompetence of Nana Addo.

He spoke about how Ghanaians are disappointed in the ruling government due to the current economic hardships in the country.

Kumchacha urged other men of God and famous personalities to be citizens and not spectators. By that he meant they should pass constructive criticism on the government if things are not going on well in the country.

Prophet Kumchacha juxtaposed the president’s behaviour to a cheating partner who keeps begging for another chance.

He then advised ladies not to accept the proposal of any guy who consistently begs them for a chance because they will turn out to be a disappointment just like Nana Addo.

SOURCE: GhanaCelebrities.Com



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