Former New Patriotic Party (NPP) Member of Parliament for Asokwa in the Ashanti Region, Maxwell Kofi Jumah has urged Ghanaians to offer prayers for the nine-member panel sitting on pending election case before the Supreme Court.
According to him, it is incumbent on the citizenry to seek divine help from God to guide the Supreme Court justices even as nation awaits their verdict.
Speaking on Oman on Friday, the NPP former MP advised Ghanaians to pray to avert the plot of the devil against the Judges so that the “devil does not coax the Supreme Court to do anything unacceptable and unpleasant…and also to give a fair verdict. And God should also help Ghanaians to accept the verdict in good faith, in order to avert any possible mayhem in this country.”
He also implored the security services to be not only impartial when enforcing law and order in the country, but to also ensure that anyone who engages in any violent act faces the full rigours of the law.
He noted that “where there’s no peace, there’s no justice…So, when you want peace, pray but pursue justice. We should not decide to hoodwink one another.”