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Be Mindful Of Your Utterances As Election 2016 Approaches |Duncan-Williams Be Mindful Of Your Utterances As Election 2016 Approaches |Duncan-Williams

“It is enough that the people know there was an election. The people who cast the votes decide nothing. The people who count the votes decide everything”-Joseph Stalin.

Tensions are high as the November polls approaches. Politicians are at their wit’s-ends preparing to mount big platforms to relay their campaign messages and to build yet another empire of lies just for the ordinary Ghanaian’s vote.

We have seen the Religious bodies pray, musicians peace songs, corporate bodies advertise and prophecies from our end-time prophets of doom all directed to a mutual cause thus peace.

Duncan-Williams has added his voice to the sect.

The Founder and General Overseer of the Action Chapel International (ACI), Archbishop Nicholas Duncan-Williams, has advised the public to be mindful of their utterances as the country prepares for the 2016 general election.

In ACI meeting which is held once every two months to interact with members of the Diplomatic Corps in the country, the Archbishop summoned Ghanaians to learn from the experiences of Liberia ,Cote d’Ivoire and Sierra Leon who suffered tremendously because of war.

“Let Ghana be first before our political parties and religions. Let Ghana be first before our tribes. If anything goes wrong in this country, our churches and religions will be affected. Nothing moves and you can’t pray…. No business, no banks, nothing operates; everything comes to a standstill—may we not see the peace of this country compromised even for rights. A time comes when you must choose between peace and right” he stressed.

The Archbishop led the gathering to pray for peaceful elections and the progress of the country.

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