Spiritual leaders who are fond of predicting electoral results need to put an end to such acts as it could plunge the country into mayhem.
He also advised spiritual leaders who are fond of predicting electoral results to put an end to such acts as it could plunge the country into mayhem.
“We should pray for post-elections because the person going to lead us will not necessarily take us out of our doom and gloom. What is going to take us into places of glory – whether it is President Mahama continuing his tenure or Akufo-Addo or Dr Papa Kwesi Nduom coming … whoever is coming will need the right focus, the personality and resilience to lead the nation right. So, if you are a spiritual leader, pray that peace rein on our land,” he noted.
“Our constitution permits freedom of speech. I have heard so many people prophesying victory for the NPP while others are prophesying victory for the NDC. God cannot be an author of confusion. The same God cannot give divergent views. As to whether what they are saying is good or bad, I think they have the right to say what they want to say.”
“But if you to go by the social barometer for judging good character, then you will say it is not so well, it is not so good and it is not a good character. Why so because apparently, you are brewing tension as well. Reason being that if somebody is declared as the winner by a prophet and the prophet has following and the following believe that what the prophet said is true and the EC also declares another person winner – if the prophet’s following are headstrong, they can start or foment trouble.”
“So, as for public declaration as to whoever is going to win the election, I personally will not endorse it,” he said.
He made this known during a press briefing to launch the church’s upcoming national event dubbed ‘The Experience’ conference over the weekend.
‘The Experience’ is a program put together by The Maker’s House Chapel International to help in the spiritual development of Christians by draw them closer to God’s divine favour.
This year’s event is slated for October 9-16, under the theme ‘The Wheels of Favour’ with Rev. Ampiah Kwofie and Rev. Eastwood Anaba appearing as guest pastors.