According to reports, Prophet Kumchacha, who reportedly nurtures a hidden presidential ambition, has announced that if he were to assume the presidency, he intends to alleviate the burden of paying rent for extended periods among Ghanaians.
He allegedly expressed his belief that it is unreasonable for individuals to endure the obligation of paying rent for six months or even two years, considering the inevitability of sickness and unforeseen circumstances. As a result, he reportedly stated that this policy would be reviewed under his potential administration.
In addition, the founder of Heavens Gate Ministry allegedly shared his opinion on the NPP's flagship free SHS policy, which he reportedly claimed has hindered Ghana's progress. He purportedly argued that the government's exclusive focus on funding free education has impeded development in other crucial areas.
Furthermore, he reportedly cited examples of countries such as the USA, Canada, and Germany, who, despite being well-developed, reportedly face challenges in providing free education. In light of these concerns, he allegedly stated that, if circumstances permit, the KPP government would carefully reassess and eliminate these perceived ineffective policies.