Today a video of a man who claimed to be an evangelist has popped up online and has received a reaction from Ghanaians. The man did not disclose his identity but identified himself as an evangelist. He revealed that he has since campaigned for Nana Addo to become President and as such, he is willing to defend Nana Addo. He claimed that he appreciates the good work of Nana Addo compared to Mahama who sent the country to the IMF. He explained that he will continue to pray for Nana Addo so that he ends his term successfully as a President. He warned Ghanaians who found pleasure in destabilizing Ghana's peace by engaging in useless demonstrations to put a stop to that. He later descended on Mahama for his do-or-die comment. He stated emphatically that Mahama needed to retract those statements of his since they did not befit his status. He went ahead to boldly declare that Mahama and Nana Addo should back off from the election in 2024 since they have all enjoyed their terms as Presidents.
Nana Addo and Mahama must back off in the 2024 elections. They must allow other people enjoy the seats- Evangelist
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