Nonsense! – Prophet Kofi Oduro reacts to PhD and foreign passport debate

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Nonsense! – Prophet Kofi Oduro reacts to PhD and foreign passport debate

Prophet Kofi Oduro, the head pastor of Alabaster International Ministries, has expressed his disapproval of those who equate a foreign passport with a

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Prophet Kofi Oduro, the head pastor of Alabaster International Ministries, has expressed his disapproval of those who equate a foreign passport with a Doctorate of Philosophy (PhD).

He argues that it is illogical for people to debate the significance of obtaining a foreign passport and a PhD when others are dedicating their time to devising innovative solutions to advance the world.

The pastor asserts that such an argument is fundamentally flawed because it holds no value in death and bears no relevance to one’s salvation.

Addressing his congregation, Prophet Oduro labelled the social media discourse on passports and PhDs as “nonsense.”

“Now, if someone possesses a Dutch passport, does it mean they no longer require education? They are demeaning education. While there are individuals conducting research into artificial intelligence and other areas, we are here talking nonsense.

“What significance does an American or British passport hold? It’s all vanity, and I’m indifferent to your opinion. When Ebony passed away, she didn’t take her visa-filled passport with her. I’ve lived overseas and am familiar with how things operate. There are opportunities, but it’s not as simple as it seems,” he fumed.

The discussion escalated after Prof. Kobby Mensah, a lecturer at the University of Ghana Business School, mentioned that a PhD is not the ideal path for those in urgent need of employment.

“A PhD is not for the hungry. It is not for gaining employment, nor is it for entrepreneurship. Get that!” the lecturer wrote on X.

Various celebrities, including John Dumelo, Sista Afia, Efia Odo, Wayoosi, and Nana Yaa Brefo, have also shared their opinions on the debate.

Source: GhanaWeb

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