Prophet Badu Kobi admonishes Ghanaians not to trust the EC

Prophet Badu Kobi admonishes Ghanaians not to trust the EC

- Prophet Badu Kobi is asking Ghanaians to be vigilant and also not trust the EC

- He is alleging that the EC is plotting something bad that may create confusion

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The founder of the Glorious Wave Church, Prophet Emmanuel Badu Kobi has cautioned Ghanaians to be critical of the Electoral Commission to ensure they deliver a clean, free and fair elections.

According to Prophet Badu Ghanaians should not trust the EC to do a good job in the upcoming 2020 polls.

Speaking in an interview on Power FM in Accra, the renowned preacher revealed that the Commission will be engaging some persons to assist with the coalition of the election results, and this is likely to spark violence.

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I have said it already that don’t trust the EC. Be vigilant or else something will happen,” he said.

I have already said it and people know so we have to be careful. Things are not going the right way; I see darkness befalling Ghana,” he added.

Prophet Kobi, who also alleged that the EC is seeking help from Nigeria’s electoral management body ahead of the December polls.

The December 7 polls will be a keenly contested one between the incumbent President Nana Akufo-Addo and his closest contender, NDC’s John Dramani Mahama.

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The Electoral Commission of Ghana has come under immense pressure following the decision by the body to compile a new voters' register in April.

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The opposition National Democratic Congress( NDC) and some Civil Society groups have questioned the need for a new voter register.

YEN.com.gh earlier reported that embattled former deputy governor of the Bank of Ghana, Dr. Johnson Asiama is blaming the Finance Minister, Ken Ofori-Atta for the collapse of uniBank.

According to Dr. Asiama, the finance minister refused to save uniBank during its liquidity crisis. In a statement issued by lawyers of Dr. Asiama, the former official of the central bank opined that the Minister declined suggestions to settle payments due the struggling uniBank to save it.

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