Contrary to popular and generally accepted knowledge that Ghana is a Christian nation, the founder and leader of the Action Chapel International, Archbishop Nicholas Duncan-Williams has stated otherwise.
The controversial Man of God was speaking on the Accra-based radio station, Starr FM when me made the comment.
"One thing we must understand is that Ghana is not a Christian country," Duncan-Williams stated.
According to him, if indeed the Republic of Ghana was a Christian nation, the "Hand of God" would be directly involved in the selection of leaders for the country.
"This is not the time where prophets appoint a king by the will of God", he continued.
He stated that since Ghana was not a Christian country, this is why we are not led by a Christian body.
Duncan-Williams thus concluded that, the idea that Ghana is erroneous as the West African nation is rather a "secular country" with "a lot of Christians than other religions".
The Action Chapel International head thus called on other pastors and Men of God to be careful of "attacking president and kings".
"You can’t do that, this is a different dispensation”, he stated.
He called on prophets in Ghana to desist from using the pulpit to insult presidents and other political leader.
"Because I have learned that the Bible says speak no evil about the ruler of my people. And the Bible also calls our attention to the fact that you don’t dishonor and disrespect kings and those in authority", he stated.
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