Prayer warriors spotted in photo praying on Accra-Kumasi highway to prevent accidents

Prayer warriors spotted in photo praying on Accra-Kumasi highway to prevent accidents

A group of Christians have been spotted praying on the Kumasi Highway

According to them, their aim is to seek the face of God to avert all accidents

Every year, Ghana records a lot of accidents on the Accra-Kumasi highway

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Some men and women of God have been spotted at Kyekyewere off the Accra-Kumasi Highway praying to God to with the aim of imploring him to avert accidents on that highway.

The prayer warriors, all members of the Healing Mountain of God Ministry Church commuted along the Accra-Kumasi Highway and offered prayers at a number of bus stops.

They made stops at Asuboi, Teacher Mante, Omenako, Apedwa, Mankrong, Asafo, Ayinasin and Bunso which are all considered flashpoints using Ghana's road accident stats.

Prayer warriors spotted in photo praying on Accra-Kumasi highway to prevent accidents
Prayer warriors. Source: Ghanaweb
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The men and women of God were captured praying over olive oil and salt which they threw around portions of the Accra-Kumasi road.

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The leader of the team, Prophet Isaac Oppong, said the rate of accidents on the said road were because of evil spirits.

He added that the prayer move was something God placed on their hearts to do so as to avert future accidents.

He went on to advise drivers who ply the road frequently to stop driving recklessly.

The prophet also admonished the drivers to shelf their personal problems when driving and focus on the job so they can reach their destinations in one piece.

In reacting to the prayer move, the Eastern Regional Director of the National Road Safety Authority (NRSA), Abdulai Bawa Ghamsah indicated that "accidents or crashes are not acts of God."

Meanwhile, Professor Kwabena Frimpong Boateng has shown that even though he has matchless love for his country as a minister, he equally cannot forget his first love as a heart surgeon.

The astute Ghanaian is currently the Minister for Environment, Science, Technology and Innovation under the Akufo-Addo-led government.

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As a result of his position, he sees to the affairs of the nation normally from Monday to Friday which are considered as 'official working days'.

One would consider the honorable minister to take a good rest after his weekday work is over but anyone saying this, clearly does not know Professor Kwabena Frimpong Boateng.

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