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This Is What Is Saw About Ghana and It is Happening In The Next Two Weeks; Prophet Amoako Atta Drops Wild Prophecy -WATCH

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This Is What Is Saw About Ghana and It is Happening In The Next Two Weeks; Prophet Amoako Atta Drops Wild Prophecy -WATCH

The founder and leader of Parliament Chapel International, Prophet Amoako Atta has dropped some prophecies about what Ghanaians should expect in the next two weeks.

Speaking on Angel FM this morning, Prophet Amoako Atta revealed that God has heard the cries of Ghanaians and also the world. He added that the country should expect a stable economy and also a reduction in fuel prices in the next two weeks. He added that this has already happened in the spiritual realm and it has also started in the real world.
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“I’m afraid of what’s ahead of us. This is why God is bringing a relief to the people of Ghana in the coming days. Fuel prices and other items will and must come down before July comes to an end. This is a good news to the president. It has started happening in the spiritual realm and it has also started in the physical world” he said.

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There have been series of demonstrations and strikes in the country following the outbreak of Covid-19. Prices of goods and services are on the rise but the salary level of public sector workers remain the same. Prophet Amoako’s prophecy reveals that things will be fine soon. This will give the country some time and breath to prepare for the second wave of hardships.

He later urged the president to take advantage of the next two weeks and make the right decisions before August comes.

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We Need A National Discussion On How To Make Ghana’s Debt Sustainable – Ato Forson

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We Need A National Discussion On How To Make Ghana’s Debt Sustainable – Ato Forson

The Ranking Member on Parliament’s Finance Committee, Dr. Cassiel Ato Forson, says government needs to commence a national discussion on how to make the country’s debt level sustainable.

According to him, it is rather clear that the country’s debt level is currently unsustainable and should the IMF confirm same that will mean the country will not receive any funding till some debt restructuring is carried out by the government.

Thus, by initiating a dialogue on debt restructuring and engaging experts from academia, civil society and across the political divide, the government can begin to address some difficult situations that may arise from the IMF bailout.

Speaking on JoyNews’ PM Express, he said, “Ghana as we speak is going through sovereign insolvency stress, we’re simply insolvent. So what we need to do is to take a decision to restructure. But the question is what kind of restructuring?
“That is the kind of conversation I believe we have to go in. We have to consider the kind of restructure that we’ll do that will safeguard the economy and preserve us going forward. I believe that is where we’ve gotten to at this stage.”
He noted that a conversation on debt restructuring now before the IMF negotiation advances any further could mean that Ghana would have a solution to making her debt sustainable and thus increasing the country’s chances at securing a programme.

“Because the first thing is after identifying that the debt is unsustainable how do you make it sustainable before you get the IMF programme? You need to agree on the debt relief that you will require. If you’ll need 20%, 30%, 40% of your GDP in the form of debt relief, that brings the question, who will bear that burden?

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“How are you going to burden share? Are you going to tackle external, domestic or everybody else? Are you going to add official bilateral or not? At that point you need to make a decision and would debt restructuring alone do the trick? Because remember debt restructuring deals only with commercial debt holders.

“So if you’re going to deal with the official bilateral and export credit agency you need more than debt restructuring. You will need what we call debt suspension initiative under the common framework. So that will mean you’ll need a double do.” He said.

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He has thus charged the government to begin the national dialogue as soon as possible before the situation worsens.

“So the situation is not as simple as we think it is, and I’m urging the government to start talking to the right people. People in academia, we have excellent people out there and this country we’re blessed with people with knowledge.

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“The academia is big, you can tap into their knowledge, civil society and even the political divide, across the political divide and pick knowledge. Let’s sit down and confront the situation at the national level. Unfortunately, they’re dealing with it at the partisan and political party level, that isn’t helpful.

“The situation goes beyond politics. We need to rescue our country because this all we have and the situation is getting bad by the day.” He said.

Source: www.GhanaCNN.com

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‘I Use Sex Toy, My Husband’s Manhood is Not Enough’; Devoted Church Woman Confesses -WATCH VIDEO

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‘I Use Sex Toy, My Husband’s Manhood is Not Enough’; Devoted Church Woman Confesses -WATCH VIDEO

“Confessions” is a new television program, which started this July on TV3, with the aim of assisting guilt-trapped individuals.

Hosted by Ms Nacy on TV3, confessions bring it’s viewers eye-popping, jaw-dropping, shocking, and succulent secrets about the lifestyles of certain individuals.

During this Sunday’s episode of the program, a self acclaimed “church girl” who had her face blurred, due to personal reasons, shared her story to TV3’s cherished viewers, and seeked help. Causing tears to flow from the eyes of studio audience and viewers at home, the summary of her story is that she uses sex toys to satisfy herself, since her husband’s manhood is not enough.

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Quoting her own words, she started by saying “I’m a proudly committed church girl, very devoted to the things of God. I actually started masturbating at the age of ten (10)”.

What could be the cause of developing this feeling?

She said, “so my first experience was when I watched a movie and saw a man touch a woman. I tried it, and I liked it, so I sought of fell in love with myself. And since then, I’ve been doing that. Whenever I do that, I feel very fulfilled.

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Fast forward, I had to get married to the love of my life. Happily married, I am safe to say, but somehow unhappy, because I’m all in love with myself. I actually feel the vibe when I use sex toys on myself, or touch myself. I really don’t feel the vibe when I do it with my husband”.

“I’m kinda guilt-trapped, and I don’t know what to do. So I came to the show for you to help me”.

Source: www.GhanaCNN.com

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Pope Francis Begs Putin To End ‘spiral Of Violence And Death’ As He Fears Nuclear War

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Pope Francis Begs Putin To End ‘spiral Of Violence And Death’ As He Fears Nuclear War

Leader of Roman Catholic church, Pope Francis for the first time directly begged Russian President Vladimir Putin to stop the “spiral of violence and death” in Ukraine, saying that the crisis could turn nuclear and have heavy effects for the world.

In an address dedicated to Ukraine and made to thousands of people in St. Peter’s Square on Sunday, October 2, Francis condemned Putin’s latest annexation of parts of Ukraine and urged Putin to think of his own people in the event of an escalation.

The address by Francis was similar to a radio peace appeal by Pope John XXIII in 1962 during the Cuban Missile Crisis.
It was the first time Francis, made such a direct personal appeal to Putin.

“I’m haunted by rivers of blood and tears that have been spilled in these months,”

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“In the name of God end the conflict it is absurd that the world was risking a nuclear conflict.

“My appeal goes above all to the president of the Russian Federation, begging him to stop this spiral of violence and death, even out of love for his own people,” Francis said.

“On the other side, pained by the enormous suffering of the Ukrainian population following the aggression it suffered, I address an equally hopeful appeal to the president of Ukraine to be open to a serious peace proposal,” he said.

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Speaking two days after Putin proclaimed the annexation of nearly a fifth of Ukraine and placed the regions under Russia’s nuclear umbrella, Francis also emphasised all countries’ right to “sovereign and territorial integrity”.

“I strongly deplore the grave situation that has been created in the last few days, with more actions that are contrary to the principles of international law,” he said in a clear reference to the annexation.

“This, in fact, increases the risk of an nuclear escalation to the point of fearing uncontrollable and catastrophic consequences on a global level,” he said.

In a reference to ethnic Russians living in Ukraine, Francis said it was also necessary to respect “the rights of minorities and (their) legitimate worries”.

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Francis said it was “anguishing” that the world was learning about Ukrainian geography through names of places such as Bucha, Irpin, Mariupol, Izium, Zaporizhzhia and other places where people had suffered “indescribable suffering and fear”.

Source: www.GhanaCNN.com

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