Volta Army Deployment: Bishop Agyin Asare Wades In, Says Ghana Can’t Burn Because of Politics
The Presiding Bishop of Perez Chapel International, Bishop Charles Agyinasare has added his voice to the Volta region army deployment brouhaha, noting that the country cannot burn because of politics.
According to him there is the need to pray for the registration exercise and the election to avoid any confusion in the country.
Speaking at his virtual Sermon on June 28, Agyinasare noted, “the opposition NDC claims the ruling NPP has sent soldiers, security personnel and vigilantes to their stronghold, especially Ketu South, to intimidate their people from registering; and the government is also saying foreigners from Togo come to register so they want to prevent that.”
“Some members of the NDC see it as a declaration of war on their turf and the government sees it as: ‘No way are they going to back down,” he added.
He goes on to caution that, “this is the only country we have. We don’t want to run from our own country. We don’t want this country to burn because of politics.”