He spoke at the St Mark Anglican Church at Kyebi in the Eastern Region as part of his three-day tour of the region.
“Have faith in me, I will ensure that I turn the economy around. This too shall pass,” he ended his address.
The Anglican Bishop of Koforidua, Rt Rev. Felix Odei Annacy, urged the president to seek God’s direction to resolve the economic crises.
“Have a personal interaction with God. Seek God fervently. Read your Bible. You will have all the answers to resolve the economic crunch.”
The Okyenhene, Osagyefo Amoatia Ofori Panin II, expressed discontent at galamsey and its devastation to the Atewa Forest and asked that the financiers be dealt with.
“The young boys don’t have money to buy excavators. The financiers are there. Doing galamsey is bad. Why would you go into the Atewa Forest with an excavator. Go to school, collecting 100 Ghana won’t be sustainable for the future.”
By Yvonne Neequaye|3news.com|Ghana