EVANGELIST WARNS MILLS To Be Wary Of His ‘Unconcerned Attitude’


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19 April 2012

Following the recent skirmishes that have bedeviled the on-going national biometric registration exercise, a renowned evangelist in Kumasi has warned President John Evans Atta Mills against his ‘unconcerned attitude’ towards the acts of certain appointees of his government...Details

He further warned that the happenings had the tendency of driving the country into a ditch.

Evangelist Solomon Dadie, who is well known in the Kumasi metropolis for his blunt style of preaching in and around the Central Business District(CBD) argued that the attitude of the president especially regarding the on-going biometric registration exercise does not reflect the ‘Asomdwehene’ name he calls himself.

Quoting from Matthew 18 verse 7, the evangelist stated that the president would be doomed should anything untoward occur in this country before, during and after the general elections.

“People would be tempted to cause trouble but woe unto him should his inability to discipline his appointees be the cause, because we voted under former presidents Rawlings and Kufuor and the nation was generally peaceful, but when things begin to go wrong even during registration then you know that the president is not a man of peace as he calls himself,” the evangelist stated.

“We have all seen acts of violence being perpetuated against some people in the country as the exercise began, people are using machetes, clubs and other offensive weapons on their fellow humans and are walking around freely, does he not see what is going on, and you sit in the castle and call yourself Asomdwehene,” the livid minister of the word of God yelled.

After waiting upon the Lord for 60 days, the evangelists revealed that fervent prayers must be said for the nation since the devil would want to take advantage of certain occurrences in the country to foment trouble and claim innocent lives.

Evangelist Dadie who was jailed for six months last October but was lucky to have been released after a ‘Good Samaritan’ paid GH¢ 1500 for his release said the Ashanti regional branch of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) does not like to be told the truth and hence witch hunting pastors who speak the truth as it is.

“An NDC assembly member at the KMA, Hon Capito came to tell me that he caused my arrest and incarceration last year because I was always preaching against president Mills and he has even seized my amplifier which cost me GH¢1000 because he thinks am against them,” alleged the evangelist.

The Evangelist, who was speaking on Kumasi based Boss fm last Monday warned that if the President Mills led NDC administration does not heed to the numerous calls for peace and justice to all in the country, he would have to pray for something to happen; however refusing to say exactly what he would pray to happen.

He lamented that the KMA is taxing all pastors GH¢ 100 while one man (referring to Woyome) had been given a huge amount of money in which case retrieving it had become an albatross hanging around the neck of the NDC government.

Source: Today



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