Election 2024: Don’t Allow Yourself To Be Lured With Money And False Promises—Apostle Kadmiel To Ghanians
The founder and leader of the seventh-day congregation of theocracy, Apostle Kadmiel E.H. Agbalenyo, has cautioned Ghanaians, especially the youth, not to allow themselves to be lured with money from politicians in the name of votes.
Speaking at a United Parenthood Righteousness conference in Accra, the Man of God called on politicians to desist from unnecessary political promises and urged Ghanaians to pray to God to save our country because he believes that a political party can change Ghana’s hardship situation.
According to Apostle Kadmiel, the 2024 election is just around the corner, and he therefore advised the entire Ghanaian population, especially the youth, who are the future leaders, to stay away from corruption and rather pray to God because only God can make a king.
On his part, Pastor Gideon Aseidu Affram, Regional Coordinator of Seventh Day Congregation Theocracy, called on the lawmakers to pass the LGBTQ+ bill into law.
He said the act of homosexuality is taboo and an abomination that led to the destruction of Sodom and Gomorah and that nobody should dare formalize its practice in Ghanaian society as long as Ghana remains a Christian country.
He charged the youth, Ghanaians, and Members of Parliament to resist and avoid homosexual democracy, which is gradually being introduced in the country.
Adding that homosexuality was taboo and its acceptance would bring God’s wrath on the nation.
Pastor Affram advised the parents to take care of their children.
As a parent, you are responsible for correcting and guiding your kids. But how you express your corrective guidance makes all the difference in how a child receives it.