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NewsMy post has nothing to do with Bawumia - Opoku Onyinah clarifies 

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My post has nothing to do with Bawumia – Opoku Onyinah clarifies 

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Former chairman of the Church of Pentecost, Apostle Dr Opoku Onyinah, has moved to clarify his recent cryptic social media post in the midst of swirling rumors suggesting his potential consideration for the running mate role of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) for the 2024 elections.

Addressing the diverse reactions sparked by his post, Apostle Onyinah firmly distanced himself from any political connotations associated with it. 

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He clarified that the post, made on Saturday, February 10, 2024, was actually inspired by a theme adopted by the Church of Pentecost back in 2015, centered around the concept of being a good steward of God in one’s generation.

In his latest social media update, Apostle Onyinah reiterated the origins of his previous post, shedding light on its intended message. He emphasized the importance of fulfilling one’s purpose in life and warned against the consequences of remaining silent or inactive in the face of societal challenges.

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The apostle’s explanation sought to dispel any notion that his post was a subtle confirmation of his association with Dr Mahamudu Bawumia‘s candidature for the upcoming elections. He underscored the need for proper timing in interpreting social media content and reaffirmed his commitment to prioritizing his faith above all else.

The ongoing speculation regarding Dr. Bawumia’s choice for a running mate has led to several names being put forth, including that of Apostle Onyinah. Proponents of his candidacy highlight his stature and background in the Christian community, arguing that it would provide a valuable complement to Dr. Bawumia’s Muslim faith.

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However, amidst the conjecture surrounding his potential political involvement, Apostle Onyinah remains steadfast in his dedication to serving his community and upholding his religious convictions. As the debate over Dr. Bawumia’s running mate continues, the role of religion and regional balance in shaping the ticket remains a topic of significant discussion.

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