Mr. Logic, a Ghanaian entertainment analyst, has slammed Paul Adom-Otchere, a Ghanaian journalist.
This came after the journalist championed the national cathedral’s construction on his Good Evening Ghana broadcast, claiming that the cathedral will bring great salvation to Ghana.
Mr. Logic dared Paul to fast for 40 days and see if it will put food in Ghanaians’ bellies as well as save Ghanaians, according to his submission.
Mr. Logic responded to this in a recent submission on Hitz FM, saying:
“My respect for Paul Adom Otchere has dropped by 50%. People are hungry, naked and homeless, yet you want to build a cathedral for Elohim.
Paul Adom Otchere and I, if he likes eh, let’s go for a 40 days fasting and prayers, and let’s see whether the salvation and our prayers will save Ghana – whether it will put food in hungry peopleʼs bellies.”
Mr. Logic isn’t the only one who has reacted to Paul’s remarks. Many Ghanaians have expressed their opinions on Paul’s remarks, with many believing that he is on the government’s side, and that he sees nothing wrong with the government doing ‘irrelevant’ things while ignoring Ghanaians’ screams.