General Overseer of the Alabaster International Prayer Ministry, Prophet Kofi Oduro, has urged Ghanaians vote only for persons who are driven by the fear of God and who will lead the nation in the godly way.
According to him, it’s about time Ghanaians change their voting pattern and erase the ‘colonial’ mentality they have about unflinching affiliations to political party regardless of their performances.
Advising his congregation ahead of the December polls, the man of God said “The days of my father is party A, party B is over, the days of I belong to that party and therefore I need to vote is over. The days have now come where I belong to a particular party but I will vote against them. That time has come. This is not a joke and we have come to the place to make a decision."
He stated that whether Ghanaians have witnessed developmental projects in their various localities or not, they have to come out on December 7 to exercise their franchise.
Prophet Oduro also sought to remind them that it is their civic duty to cast their votes to reflect a God-fearing leader and not one who will ruin the country with autocratic dictates.
“I am telling Ghana, the voice of people have risen one more time and is looking for a leader, not a supervisor, a leader not a boss, a leader not a tyrant. Listen to what I’m saying because it is our civic duty on December 7 whether you have roads or not, whether you have hospitals or not… you have a civic duty to vote.”
On Monday, December 7, Ghanaians will go to the polls to elect a president and parliamentary candidates to rule the country for the next 4 years.