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Apostle Safo Kantanka urges Ghanaians to return to natural farming practices and avoid harmful chemicals

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Apostle Emeritus Professor Kwadwo Safo Kantanka, the Founder and Leader of the Kristo Asafo Mission in Ghana, has emphasized the importance of Ghanaians embracing their roots and following the path of their ancestors. He attributes the high rate of premature deaths among Ghanaians to their disregard for the natural foodstuffs and vegetables provided by God after creation.

Speaking to members of the Mission in the Ashanti region, he noted that Ghanaians’ negative attitudes towards the environment have contributed to the country’s current socio-economic challenges. He stated that the ancestors did not destroy the fertile land with harmful chemicals like weedicides. Instead, they cleared the weeds and burnt the land, allowing natural food items like pepper, mushroom, pawpaw, cocoyam, and cassava to germinate from the soil.

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Apostle Safo pointed out that modernity has led to the destruction of the fertile land through the use of harmful weedicide, making it difficult for farmers to grow natural crops. He added that harmful pesticides are also used to destroy natural vegetables, destroying the nutrients and minerals the body needs to grow healthy.

Apostle Safo emphasized that God did not create mankind to suffer, but mankind has created the suffering he is going through by destroying the environment. He urged Ghanaians, particularly Christians, to stop blaming God for their sufferings but rather take responsibility for their actions and inactions that have destroyed the rivers, including the fishes in them.

To restore the fertility of the land, Apostle Safo urged Ghanaians to stop their harmful activities, pray to God, and ask for His forgiveness. He believes that if Ghanaians stop these nefarious activities, the sick land will be healed to make it fertile and rich as it was in the past.

Furthermore, Apostle Safo advised the youth to refrain from smoking weed and shisha, as they have the tendency to destroy their bodies. Instead, he urged the youth to embrace hard work and a respectful attitude to achieve success in life.

For the most part, Apostle Safo’s message emphasizes the need for Ghanaians to embrace their roots and take responsibility for their actions and inactions towards the environment. He urges them to pray to God, ask for forgiveness, and take the necessary steps to restore the fertility of the land. Moreover, he advises the youth to stay away from harmful substances and embrace hard work to live a successful life.

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