YEN.com.gh recounts how Archbishop Duncan Willams warned Ghana over the maritime dispute against Ivory Coast and also took steps in setting up a special prayer committee to seek God's intervention.
It would seem that head of Action Chapel, Archbishop Nicholas had already prophesied the maritime dispute between Ghana and Ivory Coast before the hearing of the case actually started.
Going back to one of his sermons dating April 24, Duncan Williams was on record warning the people of Ghana of how the country could be "disadvantaged if it fails to pray over the issue".
"If we don’t pray, Ghana will be disadvantaged by the verdict that will come out if we don’t do something and find out who the lawyers representing Ghana are, and look into that thing. There is some trap in it. Watch it. You write it down,” he warned.
Duncan Williams, upon giving out such prophesy called on some men of God like Bishop Titi-Ofei, Bishop James Saah, Rev Robert Ampiah-Kwofie for a 12-hour daily prayers which started from May 2.
But so it did turn out that Ghana succeeded in maintaining the TEN oil fields in the course of the ruling as the special chamber of the International Tribunal of the Law of the Sea (ITLOS) ruled that the country made no wrong in drilling along the said disputed fields.
Meanwhile, both sides of the argument - Ghana and Ivory Coast - have vowed to keep up with the ruling of the chamber.
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