Buffalos kill 7 people every year.

Lions kill 500 people every year.

Hippos kill 800 people every year.

Spiders kill 5000 people every year.

Scorpions kill 7000 people every year.

Snakes kill 10000 people every year.
*And then, surprisingly,*

*Mosquitoes kill 2.7 million people every year. Yes, the smallest are the deadliest!*
*Small ‘sins’, hardly noticed by many, are the most deadly to your spiritual life.*
Avoid *excuses* for not praying and allotting few moments of your day to your Creator.
*Sins of omission* are just as deadly as sins of commission.
*Gossiping and small lies*, are committed more frequently and are deadly.
Mind those *little compromises* that you do daily. They are the ones that will bring your downfall.
*Successful people have two things on their lips, “Smile and silence”.*
Smile can solve problems, while

Silence can avoid problems.
*Sugar and salt may be mixed together*

*but ants reject the salt and carry away only the sugar.*
Select the right people in life and make your life better and sweeter.
*If you failed to achieve your dreams, change your ways not your Creator.*
Remember, trees change their leaves, not their roots.
*You will never reach your destination if you stop and throw stones at every dog that barks at you.*
Haters will see you walking on water and say it’s because you can’t swim.
Even if you dance on water, Your enemies will accuse you of raising dust.
*Make it your ambition to lead a quiet life, to mind your own business and to work with your own hands.*
Remember Don’t ever wrestle with a pig. You’ll both get dirty, but the pig will enjoy it.

* If u must miss any place, dn’t miss HEAVEN. 

* If u must miss any appointment, plz dn’t miss THE RAPTURE. 

* If u must miss any meal, plz dn’t miss THE MARRIAGE SUPPER OF THE LAMB. 

*The end is no more NEAR, It’s HERE.*
This personal evangelism, pls send this to all those u’ll like to see in heaven.


HURRAY: Sarkodie, Shatta Wale, Pappy Kojo & Stonebwoy Listed In YouTube Rewind’s Top Trending Music Videos 2016 (Ghana) – Managed By MiPROMO Media Network

It’s that time of the year to pause, rewind and remember the videos that defined YouTube in 2016.

YouTube Ghana released its year end feature, “YouTube Rewind”, for 2016. The rankings were split into two categories: “Top Trending Music Videos of 2016 and Top Trending Videos of 2016”.

Four of MiPROMO Media Network managed channels namely Shatta Wale, Sarkodie, Stonebwoy and Pappy Kojo channels dominated the list – providing eight music videos in all.

The rankings were not only based on the number of views, but also how much it was shared, the number of comments, the video’s value, number of follow up videos derived from the original video and engagement time.

The Top Trending Music Videos ranking was topped by Shatta Wale’s ‘Baby (Chop Kiss) in the number 1 spot, his ‘Kakai video drops in at the fourth spot too.

Shatta Wale

Coming in the fifth position is the controversial Adidas ‘Bie Gya’ video, followed by the Sarkodie’s ‘Take It Back’ music video in the sixth position.


The BHIM Nation general, Stonebwoy took the seventh and eighth spot with his ‘Mightylele’ and ‘People Dey’ music videos.


Sarkodie’s ‘Bossy’ music video found its way to the ninth spot. Award winning fante rapper Pappy Kojo came in the tenth position with hiphop music video – Awo’a.

Pappy Kojo

Check out the top 10 of both rankings below!

Top Trending Music Videos of 2016

  1. Shatta Wale – Baby (Chop Kiss) [MiPROMO Media Network managed channel]
  2. Patoranking – No Kissing Baby ft. Sarkodie
  3. Rihanna – Work (Explicit) ft. Drake
  4. Shatta Wale – Kakai [MiPROMO Media Network managed channel]
  5. Shatta Wale – Bie Gya [MiPROMO Media Network managed channel]
  6. Sarkodie – Take It Back [MiPROMO Media Network managed channel]
  7. Stonebwoy – Mightylele [MiPROMO Media Network managed channel]
  8. Stonebwoy – People Dey [MiPROMO Media Network managed channel]
  9. Sarkodie – Bossy ft. Jayso [MiPROMO Media Network managed channel]
  10. Pappy Kojo – Awo’a

Every year, YouTube cultivates an annual mashup of the most popular memes, songs, videos and events, depending on what has topped the trending list that year.

Top Trending Music Videos of 2016 –

(Ghana) https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLOjc1vgmn_ORDBf25ppof0iaPWF9nRddz

MiPROMO Limited is a neo media company specialising in YouTube monetisation & Channel management, Web Publishing, Social Media Marketing, Digital Music & Video Distribution, Online Advertising, Branding & Image Development, Celeb Photography, Web Traffic Generation and Event Marketing & Management.

MiPROMO Limited is also the content manager for the popular GhanaMusic.com channel with over 93,000 YouTube subscribers.

MiPROMO Limited monetises the YouTube channels for musicians such as Joey BShatta Wale, Pappy Kojo, Gifty Osei, Kwabena Kwabena, SP Kofi Sarpong, Guru, Article Wan Samini, Criss Waddle, Article Wan, Nero X, Joyce Blessing and others

3 Young Ghanaian Hollywood Stars Storm Ghana For The First Time To Explore Their Root – Welcome Home


Kwame Boateng, Kofi Siriboe, Kwesi Boakye better known as The K Brothers, are poised to be this generation’s most talented set of acting siblings to emerge in Hollywood.

Hollywood siblings Kwame Boateng, Kofi Siriboe and Kwesi Boakye aka K Brothers

Born and raised in Los Angeles, California, the brothers are first generation Ghana, West Africa and the great grandson of a highly respected Ghanaian King of the Juaben / Ashanti tribe. The trio just arrived in Ghana for the first time in their lives.

They are visiting the West African country for the first time and are expected to connect and celebrate with their family to enjoy the local sights, and visit an orphanage. The brothers, who have been hailed the “First African Family of Hollywood” will also make a journey to their ancestral roots of Juaben in the Ashanti region.

They have worked with major showbiz players such as Oprah Winfrey, Tyler Perry and a lot more. Their collective accomplishments as the next set of dynamic acting family in Hollywood have been highly publicized and celebrated.

attends OWN: Oprah Winfrey Network’s “Queen Sugar” premiere at the Warner Bros. Studio Lot Steven J. Ross Theater on August 29, 2016 in Burbank, California.


Rooted in their ancestral ties, they each have different last names, representing the indigenous Akan royal family tradition. Their father, a style aficionado, mother, an international media strategist, Kwame, Kofi and Kwesi’s family collective has created a new paradigm and been hailed the “First African family of Hollywood”.

A life-changing encounter with an agent at a mall in Beverly Hills, launched the entire family’s career.

Kwame Boateng, is one of Hollywood’s top tier young actors, tastemaker, influencer, entrepreneur and a brand curator sought after by many.

On the silver screen, he has starred in notable films such as; Liza Liza Skies Are Grey an upcoming indie film directed by Academy Award-winning, Terry Sanders. I Am Potential playing the role of “Bryce”, They Die by Dawn, co-starring Rosario Dawson, Erykah Badu, Not Easily Broken, The Least Among You and Faith and Dreams a film about the atrocities of child soldiers in Uganda are all films that resonated with a wide audience globally.

Kofi Siriboe who already amassed quite a resume, quickly building a reputation as a “director’s actor”. His unique ability to take on challenging roles from drama, action and comedy, landed him his silver screen debut portrayal of “Javy Hall” in Ice Cube’s The Longshots.

Since then, he has added other films such as; Toronto film festival favorite “40”, Academy Award winning film “Whiplash”. Currently, Siriboe has Hollywood buzzing about his critically acclaimed and stand out performance as “Flaco” in the urban coming of age story “Kicks” in theaters, and his recently landed supporting lead role in the Universal Picture film “Girl Trip”, alongside Jada Pinkett Smith and Queen Latifah.

On the small screen, Siriboe is originating the series lead role of “Ralph Angel” in critically acclaimed film director Ava Duvernay’s television series “Queen Sugar”, co-executive produced by Oprah Winfrey

Kofi Siriboe

Kwesi Boakye, the youngest, is already considered a veteran in the industry with over a decade of impressive credits, known for his incredible talent and ability to morph into multiple characters, at such a young age. Holding his own with notable A-List stars on screen like Taraji P. Henson, Boakye first charmed America’s heart as Manny in Tyler Perry’s #1 blockbuster hit film I Can Do Bad All By Myself.

Kwesi Boakye

Kwesi accepted the lead role in Unconditional, which received tremendous critical acclaim, earning the film a 2013 NAACP Image Award nomination for Outstanding Independent Motion Picture. Hollywood has been buzzing over his lead role in the film “Sketch”, depicting a non-verbal autistic kid struggling with expressing himself to the outside world.

​Hollywood actors who are Ghanaians by birth

You possible may know of names like Idris Elba, Ama Busia, or Boris Kodjoe, as great Ghanaian talents who are doing so well in Hollywood. However, there are some we dare hazard many Ghanaians don’t know about them and or their exploits in Hollywood – though one might have seen them in some popular Hollywood movies before.

Presspeep.com chanced on names of some notable Hollywood actors who are actually Ghanaians by birth/ancestry. They have relocated but their root is in Ghana. Read about them:

Peter Mensah

Well for those of you who might not know him, he’s the messenger in the movie, “300” who was thrown into the well by the Spartan King after delivering his message. He’s also starred in the series ‘Spartacus’ as the eldest slave in the house of Bartiatis. Aside that, he’s featured in many high budget Hollywood movies such as, Tears of the Sun, Hidalgo, Dead Space and Starz. He’s a Ghanaian born in the UK.

Frema Agyemang

Frema is a Ghanaian born in the UK, who played the role of Martha Jones in the BBC science fiction series, Doctor Who and Touch Wood.

Born in the Woodberry Down section of London, England, on March 20, 1979, Freema Agyeman is the daughter of an Iranian mother, Azar, and a Ghanaian father, Osei Agyeman. Growing up with an older sister, Leila, and younger brother, Dominic, she was initially interested in science as a child.

It wasn’t until her late teens that she developed an interest in acting. Although the product of a Muslim mother and Methodist father, Agyeman grew up attending Roman Catholic schools. She also studied at the Anna Scher Theatre School, and graduated with a degree in performing arts and drama from Middlesex University.

When she started acting professionally, Agyeman initially used the spelling “Frema” for her first name to make it easier for casting directors to pronounce. After a series of small guest roles on television, she got a break when she was cast as Lola Wise on the popular soap opera Crossroads.

She continued doing TV guest appearances and independent film work, including the role of a crime officer in the movie Rulers and Dealers, written and directed by Stephen Lloyd Jackson.

Agyeman is trained in martial arts and did a bit of modeling when she was starting out as an actress. She remains close to her family, who continues to inspire her, and has an upper arm tattoo of the Persian word “raha,” which means “free.” She has also endorsed Divine Chocolate, a company that supports fair trade practices with Ghanaian cocoa farmers.

Phanuel Nana Gbewonyo

Phanuel Nana Gbewonyo, born in 1980 in Accra is a Ghanaian who left the shores of the country at the age of three, nationalized as an American and ended up starring in the hit movie “Gran Torino” and “Coach Carter”. He’s a good basketball player who played for his school when he was in high school. Gbewonyo played high school basketball at Kennedy High.

He began his college career at College of the Canyons (Calif.), where he earned All-Western State Conference honors and was named the team’s Most Valuable Player as a sophomore in the 2000-01 season. He averaged 21 points and eight rebounds that season.

So how did a good basketball player end up as an actor? For him, it came as a surprise. After his last HSU basketball game, an agent Gbewonyo had met in California tried to call him. The agent reached Zavier Lewis, a senior education major, and explained that the director of an upcoming movie called ‘Coach Carter’ was looking for a young male to act the part of a teenage basketball player.

The agent asked Lewis to help him reach Gbewonyo and see if he wanted the part. Soon Gbewonyo was on a plane back to his home state, where he filmed the movie. Since then, he’s starred in many other movies, “Gran Torino” being one of them.

Kwesi Boakye

Meet 10-year-old Kwesi Boakye, Hollywood’s latest sensation. Already a veteran actor with an ever-growing resume and roles in several features including Tyler Perry’s “I Can Do Bad All By Myself” staring Academy Award nominee Taraji Henson.

He began his career in television commercials at just 10-months-old staring in a video for pre-school kids called “Tots on Tape”. A modeling gig in the worldwide Baby Gap campaign followed and it wasn’t long before Kwesi snagged his first casting role on the medical drama “Strong Medicine”.

Since then, he has appeared in a string of prominent television shows such as “Boston Legal”, “South Park”, “Daybreak” with Taye Diggs and the Daytime Soap Opera “Days of Our Lives”. He can also be seen as a series regular on the new Cartoon Network animated series “Gumball” voicing the character role of Darwin. He also voiced Andrew on the animated series “Special Agent Oso” although his most notable voice-over role was in the Oscar winning flick, “Happy Feet”. He is a Ghanaian born in America.

Sam Sarpong (late)

Sam is a Ghanaian born in the UK, an actor, producer, rapper and a model. Some of his film works include the Warner Brother comedy with Nick Cannon and Christina Milian “Love Don’t Cost a Thing”, the Gary Marshall comedy “Keeping Up with the Steins” with Jeremy Pivens and Darryl Hannah, and the Spike Lee drama “Sucker Free City” with Anthony Mackie and Omari Hardwick. Sam has also guest starred on such shows as “ER”, “The District”, “Boston Public”, “Navy NCIS”, and “Home Improvement”.

In 2001, Sam received an AFI Independent Film Award for Best Supporting actor for his portrayal as Louis in the movie “Street King” co-starring Jon Seda and Mario Lopez. In 2005, Sam was named by Detour Magazine as “Young Hollywood’s One to Watch”.

In 2007 Sam co-starred with Tony award winner Wilson Jermaine Heredia in the psychological thriller “Nailed” which was featured and made a buzz in the Cannes Film Festival and the Toronto Film Festival. His latest movie is ANCHOR BABY.

Senyo Amoaku

In one of the scenes of “Expendables”, rebels held some people hostage and the expendables were to rescue them, the leader asked, “who’s there?” and continued, “Did you bring the money?” well Amoaku is not the leader who spoke, he’s the gentleman on the left hand side of the leader who had a machete on the necks of one of the victims.

Aside that, Senyo Amoaku has appeared in three episodes of the TV show Gary Unmarried and as a voice in several video games. Under the name D.N.A., he has composed music for shows like Next, Date My Mom, and Pimp My Ride. He was also in the hit TV series “Heroes”.

He’s a Ghanaian born in Ohio, U.S.A. to Mr. Kwame Amoaku and Mrs. Komla Amoaku. Aside acting, he also has composing, screen writing and even production capabilities. With credits ranging from several national commercials to network drama, comedy, as well as big budget action films and moderately financed independent films.

Joey Ansah

Joey Ansah is the cousin of M3nsa of Fokn Boiz duo. He starred in Hollywood movies like “The Borne Ultimatum”, Street Fighter: Assassin’s fist and “Batman Begins”.

Source: Presspeep.com

​Emmanuel Boateng favours Black Stars over USA national team

Emmanuel Boateng
Ghanaian-born Galaxy attacking midfielder, Emmanuel Boateng says he will relish the opportunity to feature for either Ghana or the United State at the national level, but has expressed keen interest in playing for the former.

The ex-Helsingborg IF midfielder, who is now making waves in the Major League Soccer (MLS) with his side, has revealed his admiration for national assignment and is ready to don the national colours of any of the two nations that are seeking for his services depending on the seriousness level of their respective gaffers in his pursuit.

”I was born and bred in Ghana and I’ve a lot of friends here. When it comes to the decision of playing a national team football, I think I’m ready for the task,” Boateng said on Kumasi-based Angel FM.

”If any coach in Ghana gets in contact with me and tells me that he’s in need of my services depending on the kind of talks we shall both have, I think I’ll make myself available for Ghana.”

”But then again, should I receive a call from both coaches of the nations[Ghana and USA], I think I’ll consider the one that will be more serious in my pursuit, although I’ll like to play for Ghana as I’ll be very much elated to embrace such an opportunity,” he reiterated.

Source: footballghana.com

​Plastic rice: FDA seeks information from public

The (FDA) has asked members of the Ghanaian public to offer information with respect to suspected plastic rice on the market for appropriate action to be taken.
The FDA’s head of communications, James Lartey, has said although the authority believes the plastic rice is not on the market as is being speculated on social media, members of the public who think there is should make information on the location and those behind it available to the FDA for appropriate measures to be taken.

“If you believe you have a sample of the plastic rice, let the FDA know,” he told journalists on Christmas Day, adding: “We (FDA) will continue to do our work by being vigilant…”

His comments follow news of the Federal Operations Unit, Ikeja, of the Nigerian Customs Service intercepting 102 bags of plastic rice branded ‘Beat Tomato Rice’ with no date of manufacture.

The Customs Area Controller of F.O.U. Comptroller, Mohammed Haruna, last week in Lagos said that the commodity was stored for distribution as yuletide gifts for the public.


​President Mugabe’s aide, 70, weds fiancée, 23

Governor of the North Province, Cain Mathema with his fiancee Bathabetsoe Nare
President Mugabe’s aide and Governor of the Mathebeleland North Province, Cain Mathema married his 23 year-old lover, Bathabetsoe Nare in a colourful wedding at Bulawayo, Zimbabwe.

Mr Mathema reportedly left his first wife and got married to his 20 year-old maid in 2009 and later left her to marry Nare whom he met while she was on industrial attachment at their goverment complex in 2014.

They got married on Thursday, December 22, 2016 after Nare graduated from the Midlands State University in November, 2016. Mr Cain Mathema seems to be following his boss, President Mugabe’s footsteps whom is married to Grace Marufu with an age difference of 42 years.

​Chibok girl recalls ‘miracle’ release by Boko Haram

When Boko Haram fighters decided to release some of the 200 Chibok schoolgirls kidnapped two-and-a-half years ago in northeast Nigeria, Asabe Goni did not think that she would be among the girls allowed to go home.
During their time in captivity the girls were encouraged to convert to Islam and to marry their kidnappers, with some whipped for not doing so, but Goni said otherwise they were treated well and fed well until supplies recently ran short.

Hungry and ill, the 22-year-old did not even have the energy to stand up in October when the fighters said that any girls who wanted to be released should line up. She sat and watched as other girls scrambled to get into line.

“I was surprised when they announced that my name was on the list,” Goni told the Thomson Reuters Foundation. “It was a miracle,” she said, while expressing regret that she had to leave behind her cousin who was also abducted.

“I never knew that I would return [home],” Goni said. “I had given up hope of ever going home.”

A group of 21 girls was released two months ago after Switzerland and the International Red Cross brokered a deal with Boko Haram. They have been held since in a secret location in the capital Abuja for debriefing by the Nigerian government.

But the girls have been taken back to the Chibok area in Borno state to spend Christmas with their families, returning home for the first time since being seized from their school in April 2014.

“I was very happy when they said I should go home,” Goni said in an interview in her family’s home in the northern city of Yola, surrounded by her father, stepmother, five siblings and several neighbours.

The kidnapping of more than 200 schoolgirls from Chibok in April 2014 hit international headlines and prompted global figures, including US First Lady Michelle Obama and a list of celebrities, to support a campaign #BringBackOurGirls.

None of the girls were seen again until May this year when one of the students, Amina Ali, was found in a forest with a baby and a man claiming to be her husband.

Her discovery prompted hopes that the girls were alive and Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari pledged to ensure the release of the remaining girls in captivity.

‘I was in great pain’

Recalling the abduction, Goni said the girls, which included her younger cousin Margaret with whom she had lived since she was a child, trekked for three days through Sambisa forest, Boko Haram’s vast woodland stronghold, before they arrived at a camp.

“I was in great pain,” she said. “Many of us didn’t stop crying until about three months after we were kidnapped.”

While the girls were not forced to convert to Islam, the fighters told them that they would all be sent home if they did so, said Goni. Neither were they forced to marry, she added.

“But the way they talked to us about it, you would be afraid not to,” she said, recalling how the girls were sometimes flogged with a whip. “That is why some were convinced to marry.”

Goni said the girls were otherwise treated well by the fighters. They were given material to sew clothes and fed three times a day until recently when food became scarce.

The girls told state officials they were not abused or raped, and all tested negative for sexually transmitted diseases, according to a confidential report based on a two-week debriefing prepared for Buhari and seen by the Thomson Reuters Foundation in November.

When Goni was released, she did not have time to say goodbye to Margaret, whom she calls her sister, or the other girls.

“Some of the other girls left behind started crying,” she said. “But the Boko Haram men consoled them, telling them that their turn to go home would come one day.”

Nigerian authorities say they are involved in negotiations aimed at securing the release of more of the girls, while the army has captured a key Boko Haram camp in Sambisa forest.

About 2,000 girls and boys have been abducted by Boko Haram since 2014, with many used as sex slaves, fighters and even suicide bombers, according to Amnesty International.

Source: Aljazeera.

​While a student at Wesley Girls, I wrote to Mahama and he replied

Naa Adzoa Adzeley Boi-Dsane

It was a normal afternoon at Wesley Girls’ Senior High School when I received a parcel from the General Office.

It was during the period of the WASSCE therefore my parcel had already been scanned (which I was not too happy about but it was for the good of the school).

Well, I was not really expecting any gifts from anyone because my mother had already visited me two weeks earlier hence my ‘chop-box’ was running over with provisions. So I opened the parcel and to my surprise the gift was from the Office of the President!

It contained an autographed copy of his book ‘My first coup d’etat’ (which I started reading as soon as I laid hands on it) along with a letter. Then I remembered that I had written a letter to H.E President John Mahama some weeks back.

In the letter, I gave suggestions on various topics – education, infrastructure, tourism, interaction with citizens and even went ahead to talk about the nature of the roads to most of our tourist sites which need to be improved. Even though I wrote the letter, I doubted that I would get a reply but I wrote and posted it anyway.

So it was quite surprising and humbling to know that my voice was heard. This experience along with current occurrences has taught me a lot concerning the President (some of which I would share soon).

Though I may not agree with some of the decisions and actions he took during his term of office, I would like to focus on the positives in this article.

First of all, I would say that his letter to me taught me a lot of things.

1. My voice was important. He could have ignored whatever I wrote in my letter (after all I was just a second year General Science student who had little experience about matters involving governance at the time) but he chose to respond. This made me realize the power of communication especially through letters.

2. His reply was encouraging. In the letter, he was very appreciative of the fact that I took initiative to express my thoughts and he expressed keen interest in my progress at school. He went ahead to give me some encouraging words as well.

3. His book was informative, intriguing and entertaining. I learnt a lot about leadership and decision-making through his book. From what I watch on television, I think President John Mahama has a great sense of humor and an entertaining personality therefore I wasn’t surprised that I kept flipping each page with some form of excitement wishing the stories never came to an end. I also got the chance to have a peek into his youthful years of life.

These last two points are not based on my direct interaction with him but on certain events.

4. Respect for the rule of law. The Election Petition revealed a lot about the President and our country at large. However, one of the lessons I will never forget is to respect the rule of law irrespective of one’s position. Even though President John Mahama was in power at the time, he went through court proceedings and allowed the systems to work as they should hence corroborating his respect for the rule of law in this situation.

5. A patriot, lover of peace and democracy. Today, I use these words to describe the President because of his courage to accept defeat and respect the will of the people despite his wishes.

This is not to imply that he is perfect. However, I believe that Ghana is blessed to have had such a president. In the same spirit of happiness and patriotism I say congratulations to President-elect Nana Akufo-Addo. I have not had the opportunity to interact with President-elect Nana Akufo-Addo but from a distance, I admire his courage, persistence and resilience.

Lastly, I am not a member of any political party; I wrote this because I believe in acknowledging good values. I want to assume he replied to many others like me, which would really be a good thing.

Politicians must be humble – Dr  Lawrence Tetteh

Dr Lawrence Tetteh, an International Evangelist and Economist has asked politicians to make humility the bedrock of leadership and “must walk the talk of humility”.

He also urged the citizenry to note that the 2016 general election was over and must therefore close their ranks and unite to build Ghana.

Speaking in an interview with the Ghana News Agency in Accra, he said: “The battle is over, let’s unite to build the nation.

“Ghanaians should let 2017 be free of the political competition, which leads to the soiling of the hard won reputation of people.”

Dr Tetteh also the President and Founder of the UK based World Miracle Outreach said there was no draw in the game. Only one person won and “so let’s rely on God for divine direction for Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, the President-elect and look towards the bigger picture- Ghana”.

He said the intemperate language that characterised the 2016 elections should stop, adding that the practice gave the impression to people outside the country that Ghanaians were at war.

He observed that though Ghanaians made so much noise about conflicts they were always associated with the culture of togetherness.

Dr Tetteh said Ghanaians should continue to be the agents of peace and come together in a massive united front for the interest of the nation.

He said Ghanaians should learn to be political without being partisan, deal with social matters and should be discerning about issues. They must also stand for principles and not personalities.

He asked Nana Akufo- Addo to see his three times approach towards the Presidency as an act of God and should, therefore, let Godliness be his pursuit.

“God knows how to put the pieces together.

“You have the time to start your tenure as President and the time to leave office. Try and leave a good legacy for the country and strive always to be closer to your God,” he said.

He advised the President-elect to be wary of the people he surrounded himself with since most leaders were destroyed by the personalities around them.

“Nana Akufo-Addo should not hesitate to call people who are not playing to his tune to order,” he said.

He said the incoming president should not be guarded by emotions and avoid the misinformation that may emanate from sources like the Social Media.

Dr Tetteh commended President John Dramani Mahama for conceding defeat in the elections and Nana Akufo-Addo for taking the same action in 2012 when the New Patriotic Party lost the Election Petition at the Supreme Court.

He said whoever looked down on the decision taken by President Mahama and the President –elect should monitor developments in The Gambia, where Yaya Jammeh the incumbent Head of State, had lost elections but refusing to step down.