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He will swallow up- Koku Anyidoho causes stir with these powerful words

The former deputy general secretary for the national democratic congress has caused stir with some powerful words. Koku Anyidoho aside his political lifestyle is also very keen on saying or putting things just as they are. His hallmark has always revolved around truth speaking and this is one thing that Ghanaians praise him for. In the past few days, Koku Anyidoho has surprisingly gone silent over the upcoming election and many have wondered why.

But it is obvious that he has not been in a very good state after a few losses hit him this month. The former deputy general secretary for the national democratic congress has shown maturity as he goes silent about the upcoming election in order to promote peace and avoid any precursors of pandemonium. He has not uttered any word regarding the election in the past few days but has finally spoken.

Peace is currently the only priority as election approaches and this is why many people including other government officials are currently advocating and pleading for a peaceful election on December 7th. Koku Anyidoho’s Sunday powerful words have made waves and caused massive traffic online.

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Though these words were not words that were political, Koku Anyidoho has inspired Ghanaians with a powerful word of God.

He stated: He will swallow up death forever, And the Lord God will wipe away tears from all faces;The rebuke of His people He will take aaay from all the war: For the Lord has spoken.

Isiah 25:8NKJV.

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