Celebrated Ghanaian satirist, comedian and actor, Kwaku Sintim-Misa (KSM) has punched holes in the electioneering slogan of the NPP and explained why he thinks otherwise.
In a tweet, the 63-year-old TV personality said the decision by Ghanaians on who to vote for at the polls has never been and will not be the doing of God.
On that front, KSM advised the electorates should use their conscience and decide on who to vote and move away from the popular notion that election results are determined by God.
“The BATTLE IS NOT THE LORD’s. We have FREE WILL to use our conscience to MAKE DECISIONS. The decisions we make are our’s NOT the LORD’s The outcome of the election will be the RESULT of our DECISION. Whether its PEACEFUL or VIOLENT is in our HANDS. LORD ABR3,” he wrote.”
The BATTLE IS NOT THE LORD’s. We have FREE WILL to use our conscience to MAKE DECISIONS.
The decisions we make are our’s NOT the LORD’s
The outcome of the election will be the RESULT of our DECISION. Whether its PEACEFUL or VIOLENT is in our HANDS. LORD ABR3?
— Kwaku Sintim-Misa (@KSM_Kwaku_Misa) November 24, 2020
KSM’s statement, although very laudable, has been described as a very controversial one especially when Ghana is in a very tense political season and the incumbent government is riding on this slogan to get their message across.
He received some comments from people and below are some of them.
Horses and Chariots are prepared for battle but VICTORY comes from the LORD.
THE BATTLE THEREFORE IS ALWAYS THE LORD'S
— ?? DEvELopEr ?? (@abeikuFrench) November 24, 2020
Ghanaians decide their own fate at the polls. God or Jesus won’t vote for anyone. You take stock of your life; money, education, health care, transport, policing, housing and all that concerns you and your family. Then think who will best serve a little bit of what concerns you?
— Esinam Mizen (@EsiMizen) November 25, 2020
I was making the exact argument at work today. This Jewish Lord has a lot to deal with ankasa. I won’t love to trade places with him
— Mayada (@AyimKweku) November 25, 2020
If the battle is for the lords. What about the corruptions made by this same government. Who is it for? Then I presume the lords to are corrupt
— Bismark Afful (@BismarkAfful15) November 24, 2020
Still the battle is the LORD’S
— maxwell osei (@MaxOseiJnr) November 24, 2020