Rev. Sam Korankye Ankrah, the General Overseer of Royalhouse Chapel, has prayed to God for an immediate intervention in the nation’s economy.
During the course of a church service, the minister, who is undoubtedly upset about the current state of the economy and the difficulties that Ghanaians are facing, offered a prayer in which he earnestly pleaded with God to prevent the country from collapsing and sinking and to revive the nation’s finances. The minister’s prayer was heard by the congregation.
He prayed to God and begged him to command the angels to capture President Akufo-Addo, his Vice President Bawumia, and Minister of Finance Ken Ofori Atta, as well as the other members of the Economic Management Team, and bring them to their knees so that they may be humbled.
Reverend Sam Korankye prayed to God to send a message to the government of Akufo Addo, asking him to warn them not to touch the savings of the poor when they are in power, because if they do, there would be a judgment from heaven when the poor people decide to cry.
In addition to this, he prayed to God that the leaders of the nation would be dissuaded from taking the little savings of the less fortunate, as there are families who are reliant on these funds.