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General News of Monday, 16 April 2018

Source: www.think.com.gh

Stop blaming witches and demons for accidents; fix our deadly road network – Pastor Brian

International Pastor and President of Brian Jones Ministries has added his voice to the growing call for state authorities to pay attention to our dilapidated road network and reckless driving by drivers which results in fatalities every other day.

He made this revelation in a Facebook post on his wall in which he entreated Ghanaians to stop blaming every accident and misfortune on evil spirits, witches and demons.

In recent times road accidents have claimed the lives of several Ghanaians including current artist of the year at the 2018 VGMA Ebony Reigns who died in February together with 2 friends through a vehicular accident.

Read Pastor Brian’s full post below:

So what can be done to help fix our roads. Enough of road accidents. It’s not every accident that is spiritual, some are caused by our poor roads and reckless driving. I call all pastors, bishops and most especially the youth of Ghana to come together to fight this before we blame accidents on witches. Leave the witches alone and let's fix our roads……#BrianJones #iYes #YouthAmbassador #globalimpact

Pastor Brian is the Chairman of Brian Jones Charity Foundation and also serves as the Chief Executive of 424 Group of Companies.

As an author, life coach, a philanthropist and entrepreneur, Pastor Brian gives counsel and advice to several leaders globally.

He is the convener and President of the iYES youth fellowship which organizes events to inspire the youth annually.