Prophet Kofi Oduro, the spiritual leader of Alabaster International Ministry, has responded fervently to the recent incident involving missing funds from the residence of former sanitation minister Cecilia Dapaah.
In a passionate sermon captured on Ngosra TV, a prominent YouTube channel, Prophet Oduro voiced deep-seated concern about the pervasive issue of politicians misappropriating funds across Africa, particularly in Ghana, while ordinary citizens endure the hardships of poverty.
During his sermon, which primarily focused on the concept of hell’s damnation, Prophet Oduro lamented that not only politicians but also ordinary individuals engaging in wrongdoing could face the consequences.
He raised poignant questions about the moral integrity of political leaders who stash ill-gotten money under their beds, expressing disbelief at the depth of their corruption.
Referring to the missing funds incident, Prophet Oduro rhetorically questioned the substantial sums reportedly found in the former sanitation minister’s home.
He further speculated about the potentially staggering amounts hidden away by the finance minister, painting a grim picture of a nation riddled with dishonesty and wickedness.
Expressing his disappointment with President Akufo-Addo’s approach to corruption and governance, Prophet Oduro highlighted the president’s track record in combating such issues before assuming office. He shared his prayers for the president while questioning the legacy Akufo-Addo would ultimately leave behind.
The missing funds case involving the former minister and her husband is currently under investigation by the Office of the Special Prosecutor (OSP).
The OSP’s efforts have led to the freezing of the former minister’s accounts following a search of her residences.
The investigation has resulted in charges against two former house helps and five other accomplices, who are facing accusations of theft and misappropriation of stolen funds before an Accra Circuit Court.
Prophet Oduro implored fellow preachers to raise their voices against societal ills and corruption, underscoring that not all money should be spent indiscriminately.
He cautioned individuals engaging in various wrongdoings, from marital infidelity to failing to honor debts, about the spiritual implications of their actions.
Known for his vocal critiques of the current government, Prophet Oduro has consistently voiced concerns ranging from corruption and illegal mining to economic hardships and overall governance issues.
His impassioned sermon serves as a powerful reminder of the need for accountability, integrity, and a commitment to ethical governance in Ghana’s political landscape.