Your Actions Can Throw The Nation Into Chaos – Rev. Prof. Frimpong Manso Warns Journalists

The General Superintendent of the Assemblies of God Church of Ghana, Rev. Prof. Paul Frimpong Manso has urged media practitioners in Ghana to uphold professionalism ahead of the commencement of the Supreme Court adjudication proceedings on the disputed 2020 elections which saw President Akufo being elected to serve a second term in office.

According to Rev. Prof. Paul Frimpong Manso who is also the President of the Ghana Pentecostal and charismatic council of Ghana, the actions and inactions of journalists during the court proceedings may lead to undesired consequences and possibly throw the Country into chaos, hence the need for strict adherence to the journalistic code of ethics.

The General Superintendent of the Assemblies of God Church of Ghana, was speaking during the 18th special thanksgiving service of the first Sky Group at the Accra International Center  which brought together members of the Clergy including the General overseer of the Action Chapel International Archbishop Nicholas Duncan Williams, Supreme Court Judge Justice Jones Dotse and some members of government.

According to him, “Ghanaians have over the years cultivated a negative attitude of constantly engaging in needless criticisms of state institutions especially the Supreme Court and the National peace council which have been at the receiving end of unprintable criticisms from the two leading political parties in Ghana”

Whilst praying for peace, the various speakers at the event congratulated President Akufo Addo for securing another term in office and former President Mahama for heading to the Supreme Court for redress.

The National Democratic Congress (NDC) last week filed a petition at the Supreme Court to challenge the outcome of the December 7, 2020, general elections.

The suit follows what the party believes is a manifestation of voter fraud and irregularities in the just-ended polls.

The party in a statement signed by the General Secretary, Johnson Asiedu Nketia ahead of the move said it was  in line with the party’s “commitment to the upholding of the Constitution and respect for human rights.”

Despite the use of the court system to have their grievances addressed, the NDC says it will continue to hit the streets to protest the outcome of the elections.



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