‘It has nothing to do with what is happening on.’ – Opoku Onyinah dismisses VEEP job speculations

The former chairman of the Church of Pentecost has emerged as a potential running mate for the NPP presidential candidate, Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia, ahead of the December 2024 elections.

The famous church leader stated in a Facebook post yesterday [February 10, 2024] that there is a reason why the Lord created him and that he will not hide his skills.

“The Lord has a reason for creating me. Burying my talent and making it redundant is doing a disservice to my family, church, nation, and world,’ he wrote, adding that “if I fail to speak, to work, to contribute, I allow the ‘bad’ minority to rule and dictate. Often, the silence of the majority or a good one helps the noisy minority destroy society or even rule. (From my script on Words of Wisdom).”

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The post has garnered a variety of interpretations, implying that the Man of God is establishing his foundation for the mission ahead. Many assumed the famous preacher’s post had a political undertone.

Meanwhile, in a new Facebook post today [February 11], Apostle Onyinah clarified his previous remark.

He remarked that the post was inspired by the Church of Pentecost’s 2015 theme.

“Very interesting. I coined my last post when we (The Church of Pentecost) adopted the theme, “Being a Good Steward of God in My Generation” in 2015,” Apostle Onyinah wrote.

He also stated that although attempting to find one of his numerous quotations to share was unsuccessful, he came across this one, which pierced his heart as a preacher, and chose to repost it again.

According to him, the post “has many lessons.”

“Last night, I was looking for a quote that touched my heart on preaching to post it. As I could not find it and stumbled on this, I posted it.

“It has nothing to do with what is going on. Perhaps it has come at the wrong time. Timing is important. I still “keep my head” and place Christ first in whatever I do,” he emphasised.

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Aside from Apostle Opuku Onyinah, other names under consideration by the NPP leader include Dr Matthew Opoku Prempeh, MP for Manhyia South, Majority Leader Osei Kyei-Mensah-Bonsu, and Ursula Owusu-Ekuful, MP for Ablekuman West.

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