The founder and leader of Victory Outreach Church Worldwide, Apostle Paul Kofi Agyekum, has offered constructive advice to followers of Assin Central legislator and presidential hopeful of the governing New Patriotic Party (NPP), Kennedy Ohene Agyapong, ahead of the presidential Primaries and the 2024 general elections.
“My humble advice and special appeal to all faithful followers of Honorable Kennedy Agyapong, is to be prepared at all times to defend his vision and dismiss all forms of lies and fabricated stories against him in the spirit of love and humanity,” the Apostle said in a statement.
He urged Ken’s followers to avoid giving responses to his critics in anger, arrogance and insult because it will deepen the falsehood, false perception and fabricated lies about him by his political opponents.
The Apostle further advised them to only speak with facts and evidence to prove his innocence.
“To his followers who know how to pray, remember to make it a daily commitment to pray for Honorable Kennedy on daily basis. Be extra careful not to disclose any serious information to competitors or to followers of his competitors (political elections somehow depend on strategic information and how you manage the information). So be sensitive,” he admonished.
The man of God also stressed the need for individuals who are very close to him to avoid immoral attitudes that may be used by his opponents to criticize his presidential ambition.
“Do not give your opponent ammunition to defeat you. Every genuine and committed follower must understand that your commitment includes financial support, especially at this initial stages. The reason, he said, characterized Ghana’s expensive democracy is the huge amount of money that goes into intra-party elections.
“Those who are responsible for financial distributions for transportation to those who deserve must be sure that such support reaches them to avoid unnecessary internal conflict among his followers. Those in charge must be honest to his volunteers to avoid disappointment, bitterness and confusion,” the Apostle stressed.
The Apostle advised them to also choose what to answer and what not to respond about Kennedy Agyapong, saying “you are not under any obligation to answer every question people ask about Mr Kennedy. Do not be provoked to anger when responding to his critics”.
He concluded” “What God has said about him will surely stand. What we need is continue to pray and work hard to reach out to Ghanaian voters across the country”.
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