Reverend Theophilus Nti Babae, Bechem Ahenbronoso District Pastor of the Church of Pentecost, has said there is no guarantee for prosperity in travelling abroad; saying prosperity is possible in Ghana.
He appealed to the unemployed youth of the country to be creative and innovative to find jobs adding that creativity and hard work was a divine principle for wealth creation.
Rev Babae said there was nothing wrong in seeking greener pastures abroad but the primary source of wealth creation was creativity, belief in God and hard work.
In an interview with the Ghana News Agency, he said “the Lord says He will bless us right here in Ghana, all we need to do is to trust in Him, unite and work hard.”
On the nation’s current socio-economic challenges and the upcoming elections in November, Rev Babae said “it does not matter what the nation is going through, there is no need for people to panic and travel outside the country for greener pastures”.
“As the Lord has given us the land to flourish, elections should not disrupt God’s plan for us and the nation”, he said.
“Politicians, party followers, the electorate and all stakeholders should prepare themselves very well and seek political power in a more descent and orderly manner, so that our democracy would wax even stronger, Rev Babae said.
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