We are in the year of elections, in less than one month we are going to choose whom we want to be the president; we are going to elect who we want to be our representatives among the body of legislators.
Kwabena Frimpong Manso (KFM) of Catholic Archdiocese of Kumasi Television (CAK TV) in an exclusives interview with Most. Reverend Peter Kwasi Sarpong (Emeritus Archbishop of Catholic Archdiocese of Kumasi) ahead of 2020 elections, the man of God and a senior citizen called on all Ghanaian Electorates to promote unity and peace before during and after the elections. “The role of Electorates is not violence or anything that will disturb the peace we are enjoying, the role of the Electorates is to listen to parties manifesto and decide who can fulfill the promises before we vote against or for.”
According to Most Rev. Peter Kwasi Sarpong, decision on who to become president or Member of parliament has absolutely nothing to do with violence.
According to him, violence breeds more violence and negates the very peace we seek. Avoid violence and you are on the way to peace. “Don’t join any group of macho men, don’t be a sycophant” he charged Ghanaian Youth.
The interview coincidentally met his new book dubbed: advice to Ghanaian’s on elections from a senior citizen. The book which has 68 pages address simple messages to a few groups of people who more or less play critical roles in shaping the course of Ghana elections.
“In this year of elections, I exhort all of you Ghanaian’s to seek peace and unity in your daily lives. Let us realize that everybody is our brother or sister. Leave corruption, bribery, favouritism, political deceit, intimidation, fear out of politics because their father is the devil and outcome of such immoral act is violence” he cautioned Ghanaian’s ahead of election 2020.
Kwabena Frimpong Manso (KFM), CAK MEDIA