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The Founder and General Overseer of the Action Chapel International (ACI), Archbishop Nicholas Duncan-Williams is very optimistic that this year’s elections will be peaceful.

According to him, Ghana will not fall apart if politicians put Ghana first as they campaign for victory in the 2016 elections.

“Don’t ignore Ghana because Ghana will not fall apart. Ghanaians especially politicians should put Ghana first and not involve themselves in fights as it has been happening in other African countries in every election year” he said.

Archbishop Nicholas Duncan-Williams was speaking on Joy FM’s daily devotional programme, Joy Time-In-His Presence with Pastor Ato Acquah Wednesday.

Ghana votes in November to elect a president and parliamentarians for the next four years. President John Mahama of the ruling National Democratic Congress and Nana Akufo-Addo of the New Patriotic Party are the frontrunners in the polls expected to be neck- close.

However, the charismatic preacher said the peace of the nation must not be compromised under any circumstances.

He said the frustration and hardship in the country should not force anyone to foment dissent and violence in the country ahead of the polls.

“This year is an election year and it is important for us to ensure peace in the election. No business, no banks, nothing operates; everything comes to a standstill. May we not see the peace of this country compromised even for rights. A time comes when you must choose between peace and rights,” he said.

Source: adomonline

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