- The founder of Action Chapel has said the 2020 general election can be marred by the 'powers of darkness' be if Christians don’t pray ceaselessly
- According to him, most Christians have left the battle to politicians who may use voodoo to win power
- He suggested the Christian Council of Ghana organises an all-night service ahead of the December polls for God to choose his servant
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Founder and Leader of the Christian Action Faith Ministries popularly know as the Action Chapel, Archbishop Duncan0-Williams has said the 2020 general election would need serious prayers for God's rightfully chosen leader for Ghana to be elected
According to him, most Christians have left the battle to politicians, who most often than not, resort to 'juju' to win power.
Duncan-Williams indicated that if Christians do not speak out, the elections would be determined by blood sacrifices offered to the powers of darkness.
“Let the Council of God, let the decree of the watchers determine the outcome of the elections, not the consultations with fetish priests and the shedding of innocent blood and the blood of animals but let the word of the Lord, let the Council of the Lord, determine the outcome of the 2020 elections and not consultations and visitations of the powers of darkness,” the man of God stressed.
He suggested the Christian Council of Ghana organises an all-night service ahead of the December polls for God to choose his servant.
Archbishop Duncan-Williams condemned some men of God who give prophecies during election time just to exploit the political class.
“Let the outcome of the election be divine and let the Council of the Lord determine the outcome of the election and not the wishes, desires and the exploitation of men and of politicians,” he said.
In other news, presidential candidate on the ticket of the Liberal Party of Ghana(LPG), Kofi Akpaloo has promised to initiate a social intervention policy dubbed ‘Child Benefit’.
This, according to him, would help meet the needs of Ghanaian children if given the nod to govern the nation.
“The Party intends to pay GH¢200 monthly stipend to every Ghanaian child from age one to 18, while twins will receive GH¢300.00.”
Speaking to the Ghana News Agency (GNA), John Amekah, the National Chairman of the Party, said that lack of child welfare policy exposed children to various harmful practices and it was time the nation prioritised children’s welfare.
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