GPCC Addresses Key Stakeholders Ahead of 2024 General Elections

As Ghana gears up for the 2024 general elections, the Ghana Pentecostal and Charismatic Council (GPCC), has issued a call to key stakeholders, emphasizing the crucial role each plays in ensuring a peaceful and transparent electoral process.

The Communique, signed by the President of the Council, Apostle Eric Nyamekye, urged all politicians and political parties to prioritize the well-being of Ghana, emphasizing the need for a commitment to the country’s peace.

The Communique, which was issued at the end of the two-day Conference of Heads of Churches and Organisations, appealed for circumspection in their communication, prudence in engagements, and accommodation in interactions.

 GPCC urged politicians to steer clear of hate speech and refrain from exploiting ethnocentric sentiments. Acknowledging the economic challenges, he emphasized the detrimental impact of electoral monetization on the integrity of the electoral process, calling on politicians to uphold the rules and guidelines based on developmental policies and ideas.

Electoral Commission

On the Electoral Commission, recognizing the pivotal role of the Electoral Commission, Ecumenical body called for thoroughness and circumspection in the discharge of its constitutional mandate. The GPCC urged the Commission to maintain professionalism throughout the electoral process, addressing any ambiguities promptly and adequately.

While acknowledging the increasing professionalism of the Ghana Police Service, the GPCC emphasized the need for continued vigilance in the lead-up to the 2024 general elections. Apostle Nyamekye called on the Police and other Security Services to uphold neutrality and professionalism, prioritizing Ghana’s interests above all other considerations.

GPCC recognized the critical role played by the media in Ghana’s democracy. He commended journalists for contributing to the credibility of election results and shaping the electoral process. The GPCC President called on the media to continue fostering transparency and confidence in the electoral outcomes.

As Ghana anticipates the upcoming elections, the GPCC, under the leadership of Apostle Eric Nyamekye, seeks the collaboration of all stakeholders to ensure a peaceful, transparent, and credible electoral process for the benefit of the nation.


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