Don’t Trust These False Prophets –Pentecost Pastor

From Michael Boateng, Odumase

imagesThe Odumase District Pastor of the Church of Pentecost, Pastor Isaac Amankwah Junior has cautioned the so-called Prophets who have been predicting the outcome of the November 7th  Presidential Election to put a stop to the unwarranted prophecies.

He has subsequently warned Ghanaians to beware of those prophets since their actions have the potential to plunge the country into political turmoil.  Pastor Amankwah Junior was preaching the sermon at Odumase to round-off a week-long prayer festival dubbed: Direction 2016 organized by the Odumase District of the Church of Pentecost in the Brong-Ahafo region.

The man of God urged Ghanaians to keep the peace in the run-up to November general election and thereafter. He further asked Ghanaian to keep on praying to ensure that the country had peaceful and successful elections for everyone to continue to live in peace and enjoy the fruits of his or her labor.

Pastor Amankwah underscored the need for the Electoral Commission (EC) and the ruling government to ensure that the 2016 elections become free, fair and transparent for the sake of national unity and cohesion. According to him, free, fair and transparent election is one of the benchmarks of every democratic society and warned voters to eschew double voting.

The man of God said it is only when there is equal level playing field for all political parties that could bring sanity into the elections and urged the Electoral Commission to ensure that the contesting parties have equal opportunity.

He asked Ghanaians to have faith in God since he is in full control of the nation and would give Ghanaians a leader comes November 7th this year. Pastor Amankwah called on the youth not to allow themselves to be used as agents of violence, but channel their energies and might towards a profitable venture.