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A known sympathizer of the ruling New Patriotic Party (NPP), Kwame Asare Obeng, known in showbiz as A Plus, has descended on the Head Pastor and founder of Glorious Wave Church International, Pastor Emmanuel Badu Kobi for saying that President Akufo-Addo's flagship policy 'Free SHS' won’t help Ghanaians.
According to the man of God, “Ghanaians were not created for free things but rather we were created to earn and spend what we’ve earned”.
In an interview with Kofi Adomah Nwanwanii on Kofi TV, Pastor Badu Kobi said many Ghanaians are poor because they are irresponsible and most socialist’s countries having free policies end up not becoming productive.
“How can the government take care of my children in school...what can the government give them...what kind of food can the government provide for them?” he quizzed.
The man of God further noted he has rejected scholarships being offered for his children’s education because he prefers paying their school fees than allowing some charitable organisations including governments to be paying for them.
But the ‘aben be bom’ hit maker stated on his Facebook page that the man of God needs to reset his brain to the original brain God gave him for he has installed a wrong brain update.
For A Plus, Pastor Badu Kobi is not in the right position to say the anything gotten for free does not benefit the receiver since he gives cars to people for free “just to woo opportunistic people” into his church.
“All you do in your church is give away promotion to increase your members. Then you come back and tell us that anything free doesn't help people. Are you not the same person who has been giving cars to celebrities for free just to advertise your church?” he asked.
The post further reads “Today you are against government giving free education to Ghanaians because free things don't help people..... And did I hear you say socialist countries give free things so they're poor? Bedu Kobi reset your brain to factory mode. God didn't give you this brain. You have installed a wrong update. Go back to the original one!!!”
Read A Plus' post below
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