- Rev. Sam Korankye Ankrah has prayed for NDC flagbearer, John Dramani Mahama ahead of the 2020 elections
- The revered man of God prayed that persons around the former president who want to destroy his political ambitions be killed
- Rev. Ankrah also prayed for his congregations to be spiritual when voting in 2020
Founder of the Royal House Chapel, Rev Sam Korankye Ankrah, has prayed against members of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) who intend to selfishly amass wealth for themselves if John Mahama wins the 2020 presidential election.
During a church service on Sunday, September 15, 2019, the pastor prayed that anyone around Mahama who doesn’t have the nation’s interest at heart should not see December 2020.
“Anybody around John Mahama who hasn’t got good spirit, who is coming to destroy this nation and they are also coming to grab and chop, Father, don’t let them see December 2020,” the Apostle General prayed, as quoted by Classfmonline.
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Rev Sam Korankye further advised his congregants to desist from voting merely on party lines.
According to him, at the next elections, we are not going to go party politics anymore, we are going to go highly spiritual, what the prophet says, that’s where you’ll go.
“Ever since you started campaigning for them and shouting for them and wearing their t-shirts, what have they done for you?” he quizzed.
The September 11, 2019 visit of Mahama centered on discussions on a number of subject areas, including corruption, a national development agenda, education, the Electoral Commission and security.
The former NDC Central Regional Chairman said it is never true that the both men are corrupt, adding that the tag of corruption cannot be hang on their necks.
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