-Pastor Mensa Otabil has been chosen in a poll by YEN.com.gh as the preferred pastor to lead Ghana as president
- The General Overseer of the International Central Gospel Church polled 55 percent of total votes inching him ahead of Archbishop Nicholas Duncan Williams who polled 13 percent of votes
General Overseer of the International Central Gospel Church (ICGC), Pastor Mensa has garnered a whopping 55 percent of votes in Yen.com.gh latest poll on Ghanaian pastors best suited for president of Ghana.
Pastor Otabil was able to garner 573 votes followed by Archbishop Nicholas Duncan Williams who polled 135.46 votes making him the second most favorite pastor to lead Ghana as president.
The overwhelming victory for the ICGC pastor and entrepreneur, Dr Otabil comes as no shock following his staunch criticism against the policies of the Ghanaian government and also the overall political system of Africa which he argues, never gives the youth the chance to exhibit their potential.
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Although the poll by Yen.com.gh represents a fraction of views by the Ghanaian public, it remains clear that Dr Otabil, who was also voted the 2015 most influential man of the year in Ghana, may have a brighter political future even though he has publicly stated his lack of interest in leading a political party.
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The poll, which sorted the votes of thousands of Ghanaians both home and in the diaspora also saw Bishop Charles Agyin Asare voted third with 104.2 votes.