- Rev Wengam has admonished Ghanaians to pray against terrorist attacks
- He has also appealed to politicians not to put the nation into danger during the elections
Rev Stephen Wengam, the lead pastor of Cedar Mountain Chapel has admonished Ghanaians to pray against terrorist attacks in Ghana.
He noted that God is on our side as a nation, hence the elections will be peaceful. He added that we us a people need to pray and seek the face of God to secure us from terrorist attacks.
"Let's pray against terrorist attacks as a nation. There will be peace before and after the elections in Ghana", he noted.
Speaking in an interview with YEN.com.gh, he advised Ghanaians to let the real meaning of Easter reflect in their lives and to also learn to use holidays meaningfully, as it is not meant for promiscuity. Rev Stephen Wengam who also doubles as the Chairman of the Prisons Council advised politicians to learn to put the country first in all they do and not to place their interests first, adding that it is the reason for their calling into their various positions.
Rev Wengam further advised the youth not to get caught up in any mess during the elections and not to allow politicians to use them to cause any mayhem during the elections.
"Are prisons is described as hell on earth. if you misbehave and they bring you to me at Nsawam prisons, there you will taste the hell on earth in our prisons", he reiterated.
Rev. Stephen Wengam is the lead pastor of the Cedar Mountain Chapel and the Chairman of the Ghana Prisons Council.