You cannot be rich alone with hard work; your spirituality also counts – Bishop Ajagurajah. The founder and leader of the spiritual outreach Bishop Kwabena Boakye Asiamah, also known as Ajagurajah, has stressed the value of Ghanaians exploring their spirituality.
He stressed that in this world, striving for success on one’s own was impossible.
During an interview with Fiifi Pratt on the Accra-based Kingdom Plus 101.9FM, he noted that provision and prosperity are not something that is handed to you on a silver platter.
The outspoken man of God said there was no need to be jealous of anyone who was affluent because the bulk of people were going through hell silently because most people in Ghana, especially ladies, had departed for their morning routines.
He said that if you ignore spirituality and simply focus on hard labor, you would never get wealthy. He saw that every affluent person in our world has a well-kept secret and is spiritually powerful.