The Founder and Leader of “The True Way Chapel International Prophet Eliyehu Boateng, has eventually declared his intention of contesting as a president coming 2020 elections.
According to the founder of Power Unity Party (PUP) upon his revelations, coming 2020 he will become the next President of Republic of Ghana.
The Man of God hinted that, Electoral Commission has given him the mandate to contest and also open regional branches and offices across the country.
This he said, they will soon launch PUP manifesto to divulge his intentions to the good people of Ghana.
Prophet Boateng, who is also a veteran Gospel musician has hit songs titled: ‘Anna M’awu, 3kom kese Biba, Ogya featuring a renowned gospel musician called The Great Ampong.
Prophet Boateng speaking to the media stated unequivocally that Agriculture which is the engine growth of every nation is his priority; adding that Ghanaian famers should rejoice and rally behind him because PUP has come to support them to surmount the challenges bedeviling the sector.
According to him, when he is being given the mandate to rule; he will invest hugely in Agriculture and Ghana as a country will feed Africa and other parts of the world.
However, the Man of God commended NPP and NDC for the tremendous contributions they have made towards national development in the country.
“But the time has come for a man of God to lead mother Ghana so that the holy spirit will pave the way for the Nation”, he stated.
He also hailed President Nana Akuffo Addo for implementing the Free Senior High, (FSH).
This he said, the move will go a long way to improve the standard of education in the country and also create opportunity for the youth
Prophet Boateng, noted he toured whole Ghana with his team and optimistic Ghanaians will embrace him coming 2020, elections.
He has therefore entreated the youth to rally behind him because he has a strong policies that will turn the country into paradise if successfully implemented.
This he said, will create opportunities for the youth and also stop them from moving to other countries to seek for greener pasture.
Story by Isaac Kofi Dzokpo