The Founder of the Christian Action Faith Ministries (CAFM), Archbishop Nicholas Duncan-Williams has urged members of his church to “stop talking” about the hardships they may be going through as a result of the actions and/or inactions of the Mahama-led administration and pray for the president.
According to him, prayer is capable of solving every predicament.
“Whatever you think the president is doing or is not doing, if you pray for him and engage the hand of God; the hand of God can move some things.”
“Whatever concerns you have; whether it is the President or the vice president or finance minister or the governor of the Bank of Ghana, just take it to prayer and stop arguing and talking. Just stop it and take it to prayer,” he told his church Sunday.
Archbishop Duncan-Williams led the church to pray for President John Mahama.
“…. We are going to pray for the recovery of the economy. We want to pray for the President that someway, somehow, whatever it is that is blocking him from taking some decisions; whether it is the party, the god fathers of the party whoever, that God will cause him to have the audacity to break the status quo, and make the changes that are required and that those that must be removed must be removed”.
Ghana’s economic situation has deteriorated in recent times. The country has been bedevilled by a worsening energy crisis which has led to many companies laying off workers. Despite this challenge, the National Petroleum Authority has increased prices of petroleum prices by 9%.
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