Ghana must start praying against bloodshed in the upcoming general election – Duncan-Williams

Ghana must start praying against bloodshed in the upcoming general election – Duncan-Williams

- Duncan-Williams has asked the church to rise up and pray against the shedding of blood during the 2020 general election

- According to the archbishop, 2020 is a mysterious year that is springing up surprises and the church must be vigilant

- A clash between supporters of the NDC and NPP have already shed some blood in Ghana

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Archbishop Nicholas Duncan-Williams, who is the founder and leader of Action Chapel International, has warned Ghanaians regarding the upcoming general election.

Celebritiesbuzz.com reports that the revered archbishop made this statement during his sermon on Sunday, August 9, 2020.

According to Duncan-Williams, 2020 is a year that is full of doom and gloom and thus, it behoves on all concerned citizens to go on their knees to pray on behalf of the nation.

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Ghana must start praying against bloodshed & in the upcoming general election – Duncan-Williams

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“Every noon prayer, every Friday night prayer encounter in the garden, we have to pray for this nation, very important that there will be no state of emergency," he said.

According to the report by celebritiesbuzz.com, the archbishop further added that any kind of civil uprising, confusion, violence, shedding of innocent blood, destruction of property, and the struggle of power over the destiny of the country has to be prayed against.

The 'twin' year, 2020, has seen many unexpected events occurring in Ghana, including the outbreak of COVID-19, high rates of meningitis, and even an earthquake.

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Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh earlier reported that one person died while two others are in critical condition resulting from a political dispute.

According to a report filed by the Daily Graphic, this follows clashes between supporters of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) and National Democratic Congress (NDC) at Nkrankwanta in the Dormaa West District of the Bono Region on Saturday, August 8, 2020.

Gunshots were reportedly fired that left two people with wounds. The two affected persons are currently receiving treatment at Dormaa Presbyterian Hospital.

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