Chief Imam calls for calm ahead of EC declaration

Chief Imam Dr Sheikh Osmanu Nuhu Sharubutu has asked Ghanaians to patiently wait for the Electoral Commission, Ghana (EC) for official results of the 2016 elections. He said the claims and counter-claims of victory by the two major political parties must stop. Speaking to TV3 through an interpreter on Friday, Sheikh Shaributu said the only body the constitution has mandated ...

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Do Not Rig The Elections In Anyone’s Favour – Peace Council Chair To EC

The Chairman for the National Peace Council, Most Rev. Prof. Emmanuel Asante has admonished the Electoral Commission (EC) to ensure that the ongoing presidential and parliamentary elections is credible, free, fair and transparent. He further charged them to ensure that the results are not challenged or contested by any political party and the only way they can make that happen ...

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Rev. Prof. Omenyo inducted new moderator of Presbyterian Church

The newly elected Moderator of the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church of Ghana, Reverend Professor Cephas Narh Omenyo, has been inducted into office at a church service in Accra. Rev. Prof. Omenyo, who is 57 years old and the Provost of the College of Education of the University of Ghana, succeeds Very Right Reverend Professor Martey who served as ...

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Polls not do-or-die affair – Rev. Korankye Ankrah

No Ghanaian must engage in electoral violence in connection with the 7 December polls because it is totally unnecessary, General Overseer of the Royal House Chapel International, Rev Sam Korankye Ankrah has advised. Ghana heads to the polls to elect a president and parliamentarians to manage the affairs of the country for the next four years. Ahead of the elections, ...

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It’s an insult to put your vote on autopilot – Otabil

The General Overseer of the International Central Gospel Church (ICGC) Pastor Mensa Otabil has told the electorate that it is “an insult” on their intelligence if they put their votes on autopilot. According to him, voters need to do a holistic assessment of their lives before casting their ballots on December 7, 2016. “Since 1992 I have voted for different ...

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Presby bids moderator farewell

Prebyterians from all over the country attended a special thanksgiving service on Sunday in Accra to bid farewell to the outgoing Moderator of the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church of Ghana (PCG), Professor Emmanuel Martey. The service was held at the Peniel Congregation (Salem) Teshie, where Rev Martey, the 16th Moderator, started his early Christian life. Rev Martey served ...

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Most Pastors deviating from teachings of Jesus Christ – Archbishop Sarpong

Retired Archbishop Emeritus of the Kumasi Catholic Archdiocese Most Rev Peter Akwasi Sarpong has stated that majority of Pastors and Christians have twisted the gospel to suit their own parochial agenda. According to him, the focus of most Pastors have been shifted from teaching the gospel to personal interests adding that Christianity nowadays has turned into exorcising witches, seeking for ...

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Let’s not only preach peace but justice and equity – Pastor

The General Overseer of the Living Waters community Chapel Int., Apostle Paul Thiombiano is of the view that preaching peace and coming up with all kinds of peace songs, adverts, etc, without placing emphasis on justice and fairness in the 2016 general election could be a misplaced priority. The peace we seek for will elude us if we fail to ...

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Pray and seek God’s mind on upcoming elections – Rev. Tetteh to Ghanaians

The President and General Overseer of the Worldwide Miracle Outreach the Reverend Dr. Lawrence Tetteh, has urged Ghanaians to pray and seek God’s mind concerning the upcoming elections. He said , leadership was spiritual and that it was important not to ignore the God factor in the selection of a leader for the country. Rev. Dr. Tetteh said “it will ...

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You cannot be Christian and poor – Pastor tells Ghanaians

The head pastor of House of Miracle Ministries (HoM) says it is an anomaly to be a Christian and be as poor as “a church rat”. In an interview with Joy News ahead of the church’s annual December to Remember conference, Sampson Amoateng encouraged church leaders to disabuse the minds of their members that money is evil. “The bible says ...

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