The founder and leader of No Weapon Prayer and Prophetic Ministry, Apostle Ernest Agyei Boateng known is the ministry as Prophet No Weapon, has charged politicians to stop inciting the future leaders of the country to violence, rather mobilize them to pray for Ghana.
According to the prophet, with about three months to election, politicians would be dictating to a majority of the youth and give them some small tips but he believes if the politicians turn to mobilize them for prayers, their heart desires and of course that of the nation would be accomplished.
Speaking on his 'Morning Trumpet' on Wednesday 16th September 2020 on Radio 1 100.7FM, Prophet No Weapon revealed that politicians seeking power in this 2020 election are powerful and determined to use any resource available to win power.
He again advised the youth to also refrain from indulging in election violence as the era of snatching ballot boxes and causin mayhem at elections centers are past.
"Stop inciting the youth into electoral violence. Mobilize them to pray. Give them money to mobilize themselves to pray for you and Ghana. That is what is needed not your violence. And the you should also stop engaging in electoral violence. That era is past." - Prophet No Weapon.
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