The Founder/President of the Worldwide Miracle Outreach Dr. Lawrence Tetteh has observed that pastors in the country have become “arrogant”.
According to him, the level of arrogance in society is not just limited to the clergy but the various professionals as well.
Speaking to Morning Starr host Nii Arday Clegg Wednesday, the televangelist said it is important for Ghanaians to come to the realization that social morals are decaying and therefore the need to take stock and revert to the righteous ways of doing things.
“I think we are getting too arrogant and proud; everybody, trust me, all of us. I will not exempt anybody, even we the clergy. Our journalists have become arrogant, our pastors have become arrogant and our politicians have become very arrogant and we all need to come to that place where we can thank God for how far he has brought us,” he said.
On the controversial Independence Day anniversary brochure, the preacher said “to err is human”.
He stressed that although Ghanaians have a right to rant over the blip, they must not also gloss over the “unity that the ceremony portrayed” with former Presidents J.J. Rawlings and John Kufuor attending in the presence of sitting president, John Mahama and other political party executives such as Nana Akufo-Addo.
“We should look at the positive aspects”.