DON’T ALLOW YOURSELVES TO BE USED FOR ELECTORAL VIOLENCE – PROPHET D’JORDAN OSEI BONSU TO GHANAIAN YOUTH

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A renowned prophet of God and the founder of Light Land Power Ministry International, Prophet D’Jordan Osei Bonsu has cautioned the youth of Ghana to avoid politicians who would attempt to use them to cause mayhem ahead of the 2024 general elections.

He advised the youth to be focus and shun any acts of political vigilantism in the lead up to this year’s Presidential and Parliamentary elections to advance the country’s democratic credentials.

Prophet D’Jordan Osei Bonsu

Prophet D’Jordan Osei Bonsu made the call to advocate for a violence free election in an exclusive interview with Vision1 FM ahead of the country’s presidential and parliamentary elections which is expected to take place on December 7, 2024.

Over the years, Ghana’s general elections have been marred by violent clashes between opposing factions usually perpetrated by its younger generation.

This has resulted in deaths and destruction to properties while affecting the country’s political stability.

But the renowned minister of God has charged Ghanaians to uphold peace and tolerance for each other to foster unity in the diverse political landscape as the country prepares for the December 7 polls.

Prophet D’Jordan Osei Bonsu

To prevent electoral violence, the renowned minister of God said there must be a collective responsibility from all stakeholders, including the EC, political parties, civil society organizations, the media, security agencies, the law courts and the youth to ensure justice, peace and fairness during elections.

He urged young people to protect their future and not allow politicians to exploit or use them so they do not become casualties of political violence.

He also appealed to political leaders to be legacy-minded, and make sure their political footprints were good memories that could be emulated by young generations of politicians that might come after them.

Prophet D’Jordan Osei Bonsu who is widely known with the Methodist Church – Ghana also encouraged religious people to exhibit the faith and moral values taught in the churches, mosques and traditions in the political arena to ensure that political campaigns and elections were conducted peacefully.

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