‘God is not finished with Ghana yet, Don’t give up’ – Mahama to Ghanaians

Concerns over the difficulties Ghanaians are currently encountering under the Akufo-Addo administration have been voiced by former president John Dramani Mahama.

He urged them to persevere since God’s purpose for Ghana still had time to be fulfilled.

He noted that some Ghanaians have sworn to abstain from voting in the 2024 elections as a result of the suffering they are going through.

He urged voters to cast their ballots in person at the polls on Election Day, December 7.

‘God is not finished with Ghana yet, Don’t give up’ – Mahama to Ghanaians

Speaking at the Sanctuary of Wind and Fire Assemblies of God Church in Tamale on New Year’s Eve, the former president claimed that God was testing the people’s faith through the crises that Ghanaians are going through.

“I want to leave you with a message of hope. Our country Ghana is going through a crisis. And there are many of you, especially the youth, who believe that there’s really no future. I meet a lot of our youth, and it is like there’s really no future here for them. And so they won’t even bother to vote. Please, I beg you, cast your votes on December 7, 2024.”

He emphasised, “Never give up on your country. God is not finished with Ghana yet. We are going through a crisis, but he has not given up on us. There are times when God uses experiences not only to test us but also to give us a learning experience. Sometimes, we go through tribulations, but it does not mean we must throw up our hands in despair and give up. Never give up. We must continue to battle, and work hard until we achieve the objectives we set for ourselves. Let’s continue to have hope and believe that God’s plan for Ghana is not over.”

Mr. Mahama said the once-vibrant Black Star, Ghana, which was on the international front has fallen, expressing hope that it will rise again.

“And that we will have the opportunity to make a choice in December 2024 and that God will prosper this country, and it will rise again. We are supposed to be the black star of Africa, today, that black star has fallen on the ground. But I can assure you that that black star will rise again,” he assured.

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