International award-winning preacher and gospel singer Sonnie Badu has admonished the youth to work in “honesty” and “truth” and not to put every blame on the current president. He expressed the belief that President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo is not sleeping over the current difficulties in the country, therefore, it behoves the youth to also deal honestly with one another.
The founder and lead Pastor of RockHill Church was speaking on TV3‘s New Day on Friday, October 6 ahead of the launch of his ‘Rhythms of Afrika’ event. “I said on the other show yesterday that I don’t think the President is sleeping,” he told host Cookie Tee.
“I think he is having sleepless nights with whatever [that] is going on but let’s also help ourselves. “Let’s start networking, let’s start working together. Let’s work in honesty. Let’s work in truth. When somebody gives you something, make sure you are honest about it.” He recounts stories where those entrusted with building projects inflate costs just to make money for themselves at the expense of the owners.
“All of these doesn’t help. So, there is a gift inside of us that one we ask for God’s favour, that gift will come out.” He prayed for favour despite the current difficulties, urging all to also pray for their “destiny helpers”. “I pray for everybody here even though things are tough here, may God make a way for everybody where there seems to be no way.
“And may God send everybody their destiny helper. That’s all we need.” The ‘Baba’ hitmaker is currently in Ghana for the launch of the ‘Rhythms of Afrika’ event scheduled for Saturday, December 9.