Ghanaian Presidents lack the spiritual dimension to leadership - Duncan-Williams

Ghanaian Presidents lack the spiritual dimension to leadership - Duncan-Williams

- Archbishop Nicholas Duncan-Williams says Ghana needs leaders who are ready to submit to the authority of God

- According to the revered man of God, only such leaders can transform Ghana

- He says only leaders with the supernatural will receive courage to take certain decisions that will even make them unpopular

Evil spirits are responsible for the lack of good governance in Ghana, the Presiding Archbishop and General Overseer of the Action Chapel International ministry, Nicholas Duncan-Williams, has said.

He said Ghanaians must pray for presidents so that "we can exorcise them of the spirits."

The renowned preacher was speaking to Paul Adom-Otchere on Metro TV’s Good Evening Ghana programme.

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He said, aside the general roles that come with leadership, there is also a spiritual dimension to it.

Archbishop Duncan-Williams also laid into “loyalists” who do not give good counsel to presidents.

Such people, he described as agents of the devil, who are “positioned there to make sure that the king won’t respond to wisdom and to counsel.”

He will block and make sure that anybody who can help the president to succeed and to do right will be blocked out of the way and have those who have nothing to offer and will undermine his vision to be around,” the preacher said.

He added that the reason why Ghana is not moving forward is because of some evil spirits.

According to him, the only way the country can move forward and be released from the grip of satan is through prayers.

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We need leaders who will submit to the power of God to give them the courage necessary to take certain actions and decisions even if it will make them unpopular to help rescue and pull the nation out of the hand of the enemy," Duncan-Wlliams added. earlier reported that the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) on Wednesday, September 11, 2019, met the leadership of the Ghana Pentecostal and Charismatic Churches (GPCC).

The former president John Mahama, held discussions on a number of subject areas and also solicit ideas ahead of the NDC's manifesto preparation.

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