Notwithstanding the difficulties facing the nation, evangelist Diana Asamoah has declared that she will not be critical of President Akufo-Addo.
During a Sunday conversation with Berla Mundi on the Day Show, Asamoah stressed that before criticizing the administration, people should first put up their best defense.
She made the point that although young people can find employment, their attitude toward work makes them less employable.
“I would never be critical of Akufo-Addo because there are those who claim they are unemployed and those whose attitude prevents them from being hired. Although 90% of young people are employed, our mindset isn’t helping.
Even if you offer them a job, they won’t accept it since most of them don’t want to learn a profession; they just want easy money, the woman said.
Asamoah claimed that criticizing the president is against biblical teachings, citing relevant passages.
“In my opinion, he hasn’t done anything wrong at all. If you read the Bible carefully, you will find no fault with any leader. The Bible says, ‘Don’t judge the king; he is the King of Kings.
Let’s use the Bible to critique the president if that is your desire, and then we can find out what God has to say about it.”
The gospel singer expressed her appreciation for the government’s Free SHS policy and said it might help the New Patriotic Party (NPP) secure a second term in office.