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Prophet Oduro Sends ‘Strong’ Message To Government Following The Death Of His Church Deacon


The founder and leader of Alabaster International Ministry, Prophet Kofi Oduro has today revealed to his church members the sad incident which occurred to him few days ago and also used the opportunity to hit hard on government.

According to him, the deacon of the church passed away a week ago at the Korle Bu Teaching Hospital. According to him, Stephen Nii Okaidja, deacon of the church has been spending the last two months at the Korle Bu Hospital for treatment. He passed away a week ago.

He added that the death of this man is going to affect a lot of his church programs because the late Stephen Nii Okaidja was the ‘pillar’ in terms of the organization of every major church program.

Having said that, Prophet Oduro used the opportunity to hit hard at the Korle Bu Teaching Hospital and other top health facilities in the country. According to him, when he visited the Late Stephen Okaidja at the Korle Bu, the kind of things he saw over there were very nasty. He believes that a lot of health workers over there are not working to the necessary expectations.

He also made a comment about the death of Prince Yawson, popularly known as ‘Waakye’. According to him, the man died in one of the top hospitals because of the kind of treatment he received over there.

“When I went to Korle Bu, I was some unnecessary things in different colours over there. Who is going to explain Waakye’s death when he fell from the bed and had a cut on his forehead. Because he had no money, no one was able to him over there. No problem. God is watching” he said

He sent a bold message to government and urged them to the needful because people can’t continue to sleep on the floor when they visit the major hospitals in Ghana. He believes that a lot of good things can be done for the hospitals in Ghana and it can help save the lives of many Ghanaians.

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