The only presidential aspirant of the New Patriotic Party (NPP), expected to file his nomination by the close of nominations on Thursday November 22, 2007, is till waiting on God to tell him what to do.
Barely 24 hours to the deadline, the aspirant Mr. John Kwame Koduah, the last of the 19 aspirants for the flag bearership of the NPP expected to file his nomination says he is still waiting to hear from God.
He says he is a servant of God and is waiting for God to tell him exactly what to do; whether to file or not to file.
Speaking to Joy News’ Akwasi Sarpong, he said he is with three of his pastors who are praying with him and, he will make an announcement tomorrow Thursday November 22, 2007 to say what God would have told him.
According to Mr. Koduah, if God tells him to go ahead, he will. But on the other hand, if God says he should not contest, he will not.
Asked about how he is expecting God to talk to him, he said God speaks in so many ways.
He said, one of the ways God could speak to him could be through a man of God he respects.
Mr. Koduah has been saying this for the past two weeks.
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