The General Overseer of the Precious Generation Church International, Apostle Joseph Kwesi Amoh has cautioned his members and Ghanaians to desist from violence before, during and after this year’s elections.
Apostle Joseph Kwesi Amoh said this during the Sunday church service at the Adenta – Fafraha branch of the church where he cautioned his members to accept any of the aspirants who ascends the thrown as God’s elected president for country.
With just about 8 days to the polls to elect Members of Parliament and a president, he said Ghanaians cannot afford to be refugees in another country hence the need to safeguard peace.
He tasked his members to cast minds back to countries that have experienced wars and assess their current state now with it citizens now refugees in other countries.
Apostle Amoh said ensure within your powers not to make Ghanaian citizens refugees so we continue enjoying the peace we have now.
We can’t be refugees in another country, this can be done by our own effort.
He advised them to get glued to their Radio and TV sets after voting for their preferred candidates to be announced.
In conclusion, he tasked them, to make merry in a peaceful way if their candidate wins and grief peacefully should their preferred candidates lose.
Ahead of the 2016 elections, Clergy, peace council and other stakeholders are advocating for peace before, after and during the upcoming elections in December.
Apostle Joseph Amoh who took interest in the safety of his congregation advised them to play their part in sustaining the peace of the country.
On his Facebook page, he advised the individuals and parties seeking political leadership not to take the elections as a do or die affair.
He said, the nation needs to stay intact even after the election process. The atmosphere will be competitive but peace must rain.
Whether you win or lose, Ghana remains one nation, one people with a goal being peace so let us all maintain it, he concluded in the Facebook post.