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NewsGhana needs leaders like Dormaahene not like the others - Rev Obofour

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Ghana needs leaders like Dormaahene not like the others – Rev Obofour

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Founder and leader of Anointed Palace Chapel (APC), Reverend Kwaku Agyei Antwi, popularly known as Rev. Obofour, has applauded Dormaa Chief, Nana Agyemang Badu II, for his dedication to maintaining cleanliness in the Dormaa Traditional Area.

Videos showcasing Nana Agyemang Badu II actively leading community clean-up initiatives, including gutter desilting and weed clearance, have garnered widespread praise.

Reverend Obofour joins the chorus of admiration, commending the chief for his hands-on approach to ensuring the cleanliness of the region.

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Highlighting the unusual yet commendable commitment of the Dormaahene, Reverend Obofour emphasises the chief’s unique blend of roles as a high court judge and community leader.

“There is a chief in Ghana; he is a judge and is also a chief. Anytime you see him, he is clearing out gutters with his people. A whole high court judge and a whole chief still come down to the level of the people to sweep gutters.

“I am talking about Nana Dormaahene, I’m not afraid of anybody. That man, who is a high court judge, still has time to wear a simple shirt and clean gutters with his people, why not the other leaders we have now?,” Rev. Obofour stated.

He draws attention to Nana Dormaahene’s humility in donning a simple shirt to engage in gutter cleaning alongside his people.

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Expressing concern about the prevailing trend of electing leaders who exploit the nation’s resources, Rev. Obofour issues a warning about the potential consequences.

He urged Ghanaians to reconsider their voting choices, advocating for leaders who actively contribute to the betterment of society.

In a touching reflection, Rev. Obofour forewarns that the day may come when the nation yearns for leaders like Dormaahene, only to realise they are no longer present.

“We don’t vote for good people; rather, we vote for people who don’t do anything but sit around and milk the country. A day will come when we will pray for leaders like Dormaahene, but by then, they will all be gone.”

His message serves as a call to action for the electorate to prioritize leaders committed to genuine service and community welfare.

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