ICGC Resident Pastor Condemns Ayawaso West Wuogon Violence

Reverend Eric Xexemeku, Resident Pastor of the Open Heavens Temple of the International Central Gospel Church, has condemned the violence which occurred during the Ayawaso West Wuogon by-election and called for investigations to bring the alleged perpetrators to book.

He urged the security agencies as a matter of urgency to investigate the incident and make their findings public for everybody to know what actually transpired on the day and all those found guilty to be dealt with.

Reverend Xexemeku said this during the eighth anniversary celebration of the church at East Legon in Accra.

He said if the matter was not investigated and the suspects are brought to book such attacks would be replicated at another time during elections. 

‘I believe that the 2020 General Elections is less than 24 months away and if such violence was left un-investigated and the alleged perpetrators escape justice, such acts of indiscipline will serve as a licence for those who have the intent of institutionalising violence in Ghana’s electoral and democratic processes’’, Reverend Xexemeku said. 

He also called for the disbandment of all political vigilantisms in the country to ensure peace at all times.  

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