TOLERATE EACH OTHER’S VIEW- Former Assemblies of God General Superintendent Admonishes Politicians




Rev. Moses Sumaila ,the former General Superintendent of Assemblies of God Church has advised MP hopefuls in both the ruling New Patriotic Party (NPP)and the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) to stand up to tolerate each other’s view within a context of Ghana’s democratic principles, free from insults and attacks against each other.

According to the General Superintendent, the rate at which the two contenders are carrying up themselves in the coming Dec 7 presidential election needs to be checked to ensure free, fair and peaceful elections in the country.

Rev Moses Sumaila gave the advise during a Commendation Service organised in honour of Rev Moses Kenyo the outing Abuakwa District Pastor of Assemblies of God at Atwima Agogo in the Nwabiagya Municipal Assembly of Ashanti.
He said peace is necessary, this he advised Dr Alhaji Bawumia and former president John Dramani Mahama to be mindful of their choice of words on the campaign platforms, heed to the phenomenon that “Ghana First”.
He pointed out that 2024 general election is a crucial one and thereby Ghanaians do not expect any different assignment apart from peace in this year’s election.
He told that the two contenders are all from the northern part of the country reminding them that, Ghana is bigger than them and let not them Ghana inherit shattered election under their umbrella for tommorow election violence, chaos and civil war in the country.
He advised John Dramani Mahama to see up himself as a former president able to carry up to tolerate views of the ruling (NPP) especially views of Bawumia.
Commenting on Electoral Commission (EC), the General Superindentent appealed to the outfit to ensure free and fair elections this year
He advised Jean Nana Mensah the EC boss to declare the election results within the stipulated hours as enshrined in the Constitution to pave way for Ghanaians to enjoy their sustanable peace in the country.
For his part, Rev Moses Kenyo advised journalist in the country to circumspect in their reportage, avoid of ill and derogatory comments, unbiased statements as well as unfair reportage to make this year’s election peaceful.
He advised media houses not to entertain roots of party communicators that their comments can ignite civil war in their media houses this year.
Rev Kenyo who also doubles as Local Pastor of Victory Assemblies of God Church has married with eight children 5 males and 3 females.
The Local Pastor has received Diploma in Education Winneba, Degree in Theology West Africa University as well as Masters in Theology Broad Field at Global University Saltpond.

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