The youth have been advised to refused to allow themselves to be manipulated by any self-seeking politician to cause confusion in the society.

Apostle Paul Kwaku Addei Junior (Jnr), General Overseer of Promised Word Church International (Bohye Asore), said it was important for them to put the common good ahead of self-serving agenda.

He gave the advice at a thanksgiving service held by the church at its national headquarters Awutu Ofaakor in the Awutu Senya East Municipality.

He said there should be no place for people, out there, to create trouble and disturb the peace.

He added that as the nation readied for Election 2020 “we should do everything within our power to eschew utterances likely to generate conflicts”.

He reminded everybody that they had a responsibility to themselves and posterity protect to protect peace and unity of the country.

“The Constitution of the nation endorses freedom of association and therefore there should be no reason for followers of different political parties to see themselves as enemies.”

“As a people we should pray for divine wisdom and direction” to guide the country to continue to enjoy the existing peace, rather than indulging in negative tendencies which would not bring growth and development.

Apostle Addai encouraged qualified voters to go out in their numbers, to vote in the December 17 District Level Elections – to elect honest, humble, truthful and hardworking persons to the assemblies and the unit committees.

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