Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Atta Mills Institute, Koku Anyidoho, says the 2024 general election will not be as violent as some have perceived.
He said Ghana will come out stronger after the presidential and parliamentary elections are over.
He has therefore asked those with a negative mindset about the elections to change their minds.
Speaking on Frontline on Rainbow Radio 87.5 FM, Koku Anyidoho first said he sees 2024 as a year of prosperity and where his family will be at their land of Goshen, and that is something he would want for Ghana.
”And so, if things are great and I choose to be positive, my prayer is that I will live in my land of Goshen no matter what happens in Ghana. Me and my family will live in our land of Goshen. I have prayed and decreed it”.
”Ghana will not die. This election will not kill Ghana. It cannot kill Ghana. So, for those who think this election is a do-or-die affair, it is not going to happen. The intercessors who are praying for this country are many. I am not talking about those who prophesy for popularity. I am talking about intercessors who intercede for the country.”