Duncan-Williams calls for peace ahead of November elections

Duncan-Williams calls for peace ahead of November elections

Head of the Action Chapel International (ACI), Archbishop Nicholas Duncan-Williams has called for peace ahead of the November general elections.

Addressing a breakfast meeting in Accra, the charismatic preacher said the peace of the nation must not be compromised under any circumstances.

READ ALSO: Find out what Nana Konadu said about Mahama’s Ford gift“Let Ghana be first before our political parties and religions. Let Ghana be first before our tribes. If anything goes wrong in this country, our churches and religions will be affected. Nothing moves and you can’t pray…. No business, no banks, nothing operates; everything comes to a standstill. May we not see the peace of this country compromised even for rights. A time comes when you must choose between peace and rights,” he said.

READ ALSO: Robbers who killed Ecobank manager arrested

Concerns have been raised over the credibility of the voters register ahead of the November elections - a development which has seen the supreme court order for the provision of all persons who registered with the national insurance scheme cards by July 29.

Related news

World media reacts to news of Nana Akufo-Addo's presidential win

World media reacts to news of Nana Akufo-Addo's presidential win

World media reacts to news of Nana Akufo-Addo's presidential win