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Diasporian News of Thursday, 3 March 2016

Source: YEN

Ghanaians should learn to support their own - UK Pastor

A Ghanaian pastor based in the UK, Pastor Brian Amoateng has called on Ghanaians to learn to support their own and push them up when they are doing well.

Pastor Brian noted that the lack of encouragement and support in appreciating our own Ghanaians who are excelling in various fields is one of the many reasons why Ghana appears to be at a halt.

In a video posted on social media, Pastor Amoateng who expressed anger at the journalists who allegedly mocked Abraham Attah’s speech at the Spirits Awards noted that the “pull him down syndrome” (PHD) in Ghana is too much.

“Is English our first language? Why can’t we celebrate our own. Pull him down spirit. Lots of us in Ghana have this syndrome. Let’s stop and stand by oor own. Let’s pull him up”.

On the issue of Abraham Attah been mocked over his accent, the man of God quizzed whether English is our first language as a nation. He further called on the journalists involved in the act to render an aplogy to Abraham Attah.

Pastor Brian is a global preacher based in the United Kingdom and also pastors at the London Prayer Centr

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