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Change Black Star Name To Bright Star…It Is The Bane Of Ghana’s Under-Development
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Founder and leader of Life Assembly Worship Center, Rev. Dr. Christian K. Andrews, popularly known as Osofo Kyiri Abosom, has indicated that Ghana would continue to wallow in its quest for prosperity and development unless the star in our national colours ceases bearing the name Black Star.

He said God had revealed to him that until the black star is changed to bright star of Ghana, the country can never be developed despites the numerous policies being put in place by government to transform the country.

The Pastor further noted that the challenges that have confronted the nation for many years were as a result of the black star in the national colours and that the current performances by the country’s national football team were due to the name black star in the national colours.

“Am just voicing what the creator of the universe has revealed to me, our leaders can decide to act now or not” he pointed out.

The black star, the Man of God also said stands for sadness as well as failure and could not understand why it should play a role in the national colours of the country.

 “The country Ghana would persistently face huge challenges if authorities fail to adhered to God and change the black star to bright star in some few days” he averred.

The Ghana flag was designed by Mrs. Theodosia Okoh, a Ghanaian; to replace the flag of the United Kingdom upon attainment of independence in 1957. 

She decided on the three colors of red, gold & green because of the geography of Ghana. Ghana lies in the tropics and blessed with rich vegetation.

The Ghana flag consists of the colours Red, Gold and Green in horizontal stripes with a five-pointed star in the centre of the gold stripe 

The color Gold was influenced by the mineral rich nature of our lands and Red commemorates those who died or worked for the country’s independence. Then the five pointed lone star, which is the symbol of African emancipation and unity in the struggle against colonialism.
Source: New Crusading Guide

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