We’ll Know Who Truly Cares About Ghana After Verdict – Duncan Williams
The General Overseer of the Action Chapel International, Archbishop Duncan Williams is asking Ghanaians to observe how key players involved in the election petition case will act after the verdict to determine who truly cares about the country [Ghana].
The Supreme Court will give its final ruling on the election petition in which the petitioners are challenging the validity of the results of the 2012 presidential elections.
Speaking at a prayer session to intercede on behalf of the parties in election petition case, Archbishop said “If Ghana has to be divided for me to be the winner, then I don’t want to be the winner, I want to lose, and after the verdict we will know those who truly care about this country, in the media, in the our police, in our army, security we will know who truly cares about this country.”
He further added that “the parties involved will expose themselves and we will know those who truly care about this country and those who want to help Ghana by the things they say, by their conduct, by their pronouncements, things they do and what they tell their followers after their verdict.”