Undermining Something Or Someone Will Never Earn You A Promotion – Joe Mettle Asserts

 Undermining Something Or Someone Will Never Earn You A Promotion – Joe Mettle Asserts

Ghanaian gospel musician, Joe Mettle has implored his followers not to undermine anyone. 

In a post sighted by Zionfelix.net, the ‘Onwanwani’ composer said there is no way they will benefit from undermining something or someone they undermine.

He stressed that undermining people or anything cannot earn them a promotion.

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The praise and worship leader added that the people they undermine will be careful about them when they become aware of their actions.

Joe Mettle also entreated Ghanaians and his fans to work very hard when they are serving or working for someone.

He further stated that the way they treat others’ businesses will be the same way they would be treated if they become business owners in the future.

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Joe Mettle wrote on Instagram: “You never benefit from something or someone you Undermine. Undermining has never brought promotion to anyone rather it makes the people you do that with aware of who you are, and that rather makes them careful around you. Work with all your heart wherever you find yourself serving, trust me it’s not easy having to be in leadership or creating something that gives opportunity for people to serve.

“How you treat the work and assignment of others today is the same way if you are fortunate yours will be treated, but most times it will be worse. Whether in ministry, public service or private sector serve with all your heart and you will be served well when it’s your turn. Have a blessed week family. #Heartofservice #yesumo.”

Kofi Oppong Kyekyeku

http://zionfelix.net

Kofi Oppong Kyekyeku is a Ghanaian Broadcast Journalist/Writer who has an interest in General News, Sports, Entertainment, Health, Lifestyle and many more.

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