The General Overseer of Calvary Crusaders Ministry, Bishop Prince Baah has called for the judicious use of public funds to eradicate the country’s quest for foreign aid which comes with a conditionality to legalise homosexuality.
Condemning the act of homosexuality, he noted that, government should put pragmatic measures in place to retrieve as well as secure public funds so as to protect the Ghanaian culture.
In an interview with Bishop Baah, he pointed out that, the Ghanaian population is not really huge as compared to China yet they are far advanced in terms of development, and asked for all the powers and support to be given to the Attorney General and the Special Prosecutor to work effectively to retrieve all stolen monies belonging to the state.
Touching on Homosexuality, he indicated that God made his model of marriage for male and female not otherwise, hence Ghana not on any grounds would accept such a deviant behaviour, adding ‘that is never part of our Ghanaian culture’.
“The bible says in the beginning God made male and female, Adam and Eve not Adam and Steve so marriage is for male and female,” he said.
The Man of God was emphatic that if politicians and all who held public office would manage funds appropriately there would be enough funds to execute government programmes.
“If we are able to put our money into a bucket instead of a basket, then we will not go to the foreign people to beg for money for them to give us conditions that we have to accept homosexuals. I believe it is time we sit up and make sure we collect all our monies and put it in the bucket not in the basket,” he bemoaned.
Bishop Baah who is an Executive Member of Ghana Pentecostal and Charismatic Council (GPCC) indicated that, the country needs so many infrastructure including Schools, Roads, Hospitals among other social amenities to better the lives of Ghanaians, but due to the high tendency of corruption, Ghanaians are really suffering.
“Monies which can be used to enhance our development are going into individual’s pocket which should not be so, therefore government must act fast,” he pointed out.
He mentioned that, the Auditor-General has disclosed that, over a billion cedis has gone down the drain without being accounted for while government needs funds to address issues confronting the Free Senior High School (SHS) programme.
“Ghana’s population is about 23 million, if everyone is given one million cedis to start life that will have been great for everybody,” in this regard, he urged government to ensure the appropriate institutions retrieve all monies that belong to the government to better the lives of Ghanaians.
SOURCE: GPCC NEWS