Vice-President Paa Kwesi Amissah Arthur has urged Ghanaians to condemn wrongdoings in the country in line with their Christian principles as taught by the Bible.
“We people of faith must live our faith and when things are going wrong we must say it," he said.
Amissah-Arthur was speaking at the 42nd general council meeting of the Church of Pentecost in the Central Region.
He seized the opportunity to reiterate what he said was the government’s commitment to ensuring peace before, during and after the November elections.
He said without peace and security, all the economic plans of the country would come to naught, adding that tolerance was required for the growth of the country.
This year's council meeting of the Pentecost church has attracted national headlines after the church claimed in its 2015 annual report that it resurrected two dead people from the dead.
“The church continued to experience the supernatural presence and workings of God in the form of miracles, signs and wonders. The dead were raised to life, the deaf and dumb were healed, the paralyzed received healing, the blind had their sight restored and the barren were blessed with fruit of the womb,” the report said.