Bishop T.D Jakes: Many Ghanaians people wore meager clothes and used dirt roads but now Akufo-Addo has transformed Ghana

Ghanaian Bishop T.D Jakes has disclosed that he first traveled to Ghana 10years ago there were dirt roads and people wearing meager clothes, adding that Ghana is now transformed with the help of President Akufo-Addo.

He said;

Bishop T.D Jakes: Many Ghanaians people wore meager clothes and used dirt roads but now Akufo-Addo has transformed Ghana

“there were a lot of dirt roads and people just in meager outfit and what have you and very few buildings and nice hotels” but “seven years later, I came back and there were interstates, highways, hotels, five-star accommodations, restaurants everywhere.”

While

introducing the Ghanaian leader to his audience as one of the speakers for his upcoming summit on leadership, Bishop T.D Jakes said;

“I have, for some time, watched with amazement, the president of the Republic of Ghana and the Commander-In-Chief of the Ghana Armed Forces, His Excellency Nana Akufo-Addo, will speak at our International Leadership Summit this month”.

He added,

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“And, in case you are not up to speed on how things are going in Africa; Ghana is one of Africa’s wealthiest countries; he [President Akufo-Addo] has completely turned it around.”

“It is the largest producer of gold on the continent and the world’s second-largest producer of cocoa”, Jakes explained, adding: “Under President Akufo-Addo’s leadership, Ghana has emerged as a booming tech centre – even welcoming Twitter”.

“[Twitter] is moving to Ghana. Africa’s corporate headquarters of Twitter is going to be there”, he mentioned.

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