Ghanaian female musician, AK Songstress is not enthused about President Akufo Addo’s decision to allow the worship at churches and other religious denominations.
After President Akufo Addo announced the changes about the restrictions on public gatherings and other social activities, AK Songstress took to her Twitter page to register her displeasure.
In a post sighted by Zionfelix.net, the ‘37’ singer lamented about the decision.
She wondered why some businesses which contribute to the growth of the economy cannot operate while churches and other religious activities are now given the mandate to operate.
AK Songstress posted: “Opening churches while still closing businesses, which contributes to the growth of the economy can’t think far. African problem.”
In his latest address to the Nation, President Akufo-Addo announced that up to 100 worshipers can congregate in churches, mosques and other places of worship from June 5, as part of easing COVID-19 restrictions.