Apostle Otoo Urges Youth to Shun Violence Ahead of the General Election

The General Overseer of The Lord’s Pentecostal Church Int., Apostle Eric Essandoh Anim Otoo, has advised the youth against being manipulated into acts of violence during, before, and after the upcoming general election scheduled for December 7th.

Recognizing the pivotal role of the youth as the future leaders of the nation, Apostle Otoo implored them to exercise restraint and resist being instruments of violence for any political actor.

In an interview with GPCC News Apostle Otoo said “They have a future to live, so they should not allow themselves to be used by any political actor to do anything that will not endure to their benefit,” he emphasized.

Expressing concern for the well-being of the youth, Apostle Otoo urged them not to engage in activities that could compromise their future.

He stressed the importance of the youth avoiding violence and making decisions that would contribute positively to their lives and the nation as a whole.

As the nation prepares for the general election, Apostle Otoo extended a heartfelt prayer for peace before, during, and after the electoral process.

He expressed hope that Ghana would emerge victorious, with God’s guidance prevailing over the country.

The General Overseer’s message encapsulated a call for responsible civic engagement, emphasizing the positive use of social media and empowering the youth to make choices that align with their future well-being and the prosperity of the nation.


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