- Prophet Kofi Oduro has urged Ghanaians not to vote for a candidate who has a record of mismanaging state resources
- The founder and general overseer of the Alabaster Prayer Ministry also advised against voting for a candidate who buys houses for 'slay queens'
- Prophet Oduro emphasised that such a candidate lacks moral credibility
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Prophet Kofi Oduro, the founder and general overseer of the Alabaster Prayer Ministry, has urged electorates not to vote for a candidate who has an unrepentant record of mismanaging the nation's resources.
Speaking during a church service on Sunday, December 6, 2020, the outspoken man of God urged his members to vote for a candidate with integrity and character in the upcoming December 7 general election.
Prophet Oduro said Ghanaians should not vote for a candidate who uses state resources to buy houses for uncouth girls, emphasising the electorates should vote for someone who would not mismanage state resources.
He also opined that constructing hospitals, roads and Free SHS are not achievements that should be used as a campaign message.
''These things are my rights as a citizen. I don’t need to beg before you do those things. I put you there to do these things for me,'' Prophet Oduro said.
He said a campaign message should highlight the integrity, character, and honesty of the candidate.
''We need a man with spiritual integrity, financial integrity, and a man with a good character,'' rainbowradioonline.com quotes Prophet Oduro as saying.
In other news, YEN.com.gh previously reported that Samira Bawumia has delivered an impeccable speech of gratitude and whipped up support for President Nana Akufo-Addo ahead of the general election on Monday, December 7.
The Second Lady was addressing party supporters who attended the final rally of the governing New Patriotic Party (NPP) at Mantse Agbonaa on Saturday, December 5, 2020.
Samira fervently critiqued the campaign of John Dramani Mahama, while stressing the presidential candidate of the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) has no vision or cohesive plan to advance the lives of Ghanaians.
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