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In order to change the date of the 2024 elections to December 7, the SDA Church does not have a strong case. The Author is Razak Kojo Opoku

 

In order to change the date of the 2024 elections to December 7, the SDA Church does not have a strong case. The Author is Razak Kojo Opoku. Due to the following circumstances, the current Seventh-Day Adventist Church leadership DOES NOT have any reasonable justification for requesting a date modification for the general election in 2024:

1. The general election of 1996 took place on Saturday, December 7.

At the time, the SDA Church was not against the date. That day, they cast their whole ballot.

2. On Sunday, December 7, 2008, there was a general election.

On Sundays, all Christians who attend church cast their entire ballot.

3. On Friday, December 7, 2012, there was a general election.

On that day, Muslims from all Islamic sects cast their ballots.

The Electoral Commission WILL hold general elections on days designated for religious worship in 2024.

Furthermore, Ghana is not a Jewish state but a secular state.

In order to change the date of the 2024 elections to December 7, the SDA Church does not have a strong case. The Author is Razak Kojo Opoku.

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