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Reverend Abraham Delove I, a Ghanaian International Evangelist has predicted a massive second term electoral victory for President John Evans Atta Mills in Election 2012.

“President Mills will be voted with more than 59 per cent,” he made this known to the Ghana News Agency in Accra on Thursday.

He claimed that a group of people are planning to instigate workers and youth groups against the government in 2012 under the slogan: “Yempini,” (We would not agree) in order to create fear and confusion amongst the citizenry.

“The Lord revealed to me… and said I will release my true spirit of mercy and goodness and of peace and of love among all Ghanaians as a nation, before and after the election. Say it to the President of the Republic of Ghana, he shall be voted for a second term,” he said and asked the Head of State to know how to give credence to the elections.

Rev Delove noted that Ghana is greater than the aspirations of every politician or anybody aspiring to a leadership position.

He prophesied that God is sending a whirlwind of justice into the land of Ghana against all those who practice social vices and other forms of evil, and asked those culpable to repent because “many shall fall under his (God) judgement like he did with the children of Israel in biblical times”.

“Therefore Ghanaians should not say they are Christians whilst majority are living under the falsehood of self righteousness under which cloak they practice all evils,” he said.

Rev Delove asked President Mills to stand firm and uphold the rights and privileges of the 1992 Constitution for his Better Ghana Agenda by sanctioning Ghanaians in high places of the political ladder who are not practicing the norms of transparent government and democracy.

He observed that the vivid execution of the law in the country is “grinding slowly to a halt and government should rise and work with the law”.

Rev Delove admonished the media to publish stories that would ensure national cohesion, integration and unity in order to create an idealistic society to enhance the democratic dispensation and aspirations of Ghanaians.

He said journalists should contribute towards the moral transformation and the socio-economic expectations of the people, explaining that the media is instrumental to nation building “and that tenet should be upheld”.

Rev Delove said the 2011 Christmas should be celebrated gracefully without social vices, stressing the divine meaning of the yuletide “is as simple to say Christ has come. If Christ has come then Ghanaians must receive the coming Christ with reverence, love to one another and forgiveness”.
Source: GNA

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