The banter among Ghanaians as to who wins the election come December 7 has been consistent across Ghana. Some part of Ghanaians believes the National Democratic Congress (NDC's) flag bearer, John Dramani Mahama will pull an easy win while others have the zeal that the incumbent party headed by Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo will sail through with an easy win.
Irrespective of the Party that wins come December 7, the founder and Leader of Perez Chapel, Bishop Charles Agyinasare, the man of God who faced massive Criticism on the soil of Ghana for Advicing government on some collapsed banks, has added his voice to the masses calling for peaceful elections. Bishop Charles speaking in his church suggested for this year's election to be free from riots. He urged the two well noted political parties to maintain peace come December 7. Bishop Made this Statement while speaking at his church on a visit by the NDC running mate, professor Naana Opoku Agyemang, were he pleaded the two parties to refrain from riots in the December election.
Bishop Agyinasare further cautioned the Electoral Commission of Ghana to be circumspect and fair in declearing the election results. Bishop Charles further enlightened that he will be in a haste to condemn any misconduct should any arise in the coming December polls.
It should be noted that the Leader of Perez Chapel faced backlashed from Ghanaians when he voiced out what he thought wasn't right in the collapsed Banks, so this well known Pastor has the zeal to unleash fire should the conduct of EC go astray.
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