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‘Prophet’ Akufo-Addo  Prays: “Lord  Open Their Eyes To See My Good Works”

Prez Akufo-Addo passionately appealed to God to open the eyes of his critics to see the good works his government has done and is doing.

In a situation reminiscent of Prophet Elisha and his boy when surrounded by Syrian enemies in 2 Kings 6:17, President Akufo-Addo, surrounded by people who see nothing good in his government, prayed to God asking Him to open the eyes of his critics to see the good works his government has done and continues to do.

He passionately appealed to God to open the eyes of his critics to see the good works his government has done and is doing.

“What I pray for is for God to open the eyes of our leaders who are not appreciating our developmental efforts, for them to see and appreciate our efforts,” he prayed.

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The occasion was the commissioning of the Anwomaso 1 Thermal Power Plant in Kumasi, on Wednesday, April 17, 2024.

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The Anwomaso 1 Thermal Power Plant, with a total installed capacity of 150 megawatts, represents a significant stride in Ghana’s efforts to ensure sustainable electricity supply, particularly in the Ashanti Region

On the recent power outages in the country, President Akufo-Addo urged Ghanaians to remain patient while his government is actively engaged in resolving the power crisis and implementing measures to mitigate its impact.

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“I do acknowledge the challenges that the people of Ashanti and indeed other parts of the country have had to endure in very recent times over the supply of power. And I can only thank you for the patience you have exhibited in the face of these challenges”, and assured his government’s commitment to nationwide development,” he stated.

“I do acknowledge the challenges that the people of Ashanti and indeed other parts of the country have had to endure in very recent times over the supply of power. And I can only thank you for the patience you have exhibited in the face of these challenges”, and assured his government’s commitment to nationwide development.

“This power project is the first in Kumasi and, by extension, the Ashanti region. It is very significant as it will improve the delivery of electricity to the middle and northern belts of the country”, he added.

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