Don’t vote based on tribe or religion – Archbishop Duncan-Williams

The Presiding Archbishop and General Overseer of Action Chapel International, Nicholas Duncan-Williams, has expressed worry over political leaders engaging in tribal and ethnocentric comments ahead of the 7 December polls. His comments come after President John Dramani Mahama’s pronouncements that the vice presidential candidate of the New Patriotic Party (NPP), Dr Mahamudu Bawumia, will be dumped by the NPP should ...

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Peace Council condemns NPP, NDC clashes

The National Peace Council has condemned recent clashes by members of the governing National Democratic Congress (NDC), and the opposition New Patriotic Party (NPP). “The Council unreservedly condemns such acts of violence, provocation and impunity,” Chairman of the Peace Council stated. Members of the two parties have in recent times clashed in several parts in the country with the recent ...

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Catholic Bishops Apologise For Role In Rwanda Genocide

The Catholic Church in Rwanda has apologised for its role in the 1994 genocide, saying it regrets the actions of those who participated in the massacres. A church statement acknowledged on Sunday its members planned, aided, and executed the genocide, in which more than 800,000 ethnic Tutsis and moderate Hutus were killed by Hutu hardliners. “We apologise for all the ...

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Men of God losing credibility due to election prophecies – Christian Council

The Christian Council of Ghana has expressed concern about the what is says is the eroding confidence Ghanaians have in Men of God in the country. The reason for this, according to General Secretary of the Council Reverend Dr Kwabena Opuni-Frimpong, is due to the endless prophesies about who will win the December 7 general elections. He was reacting to ...

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Politicians must show servanthood as leaders – Prof. Adei

Former Rector of GIMPA Prof Stephen Adei has charged Ghanaian leaders especially politicians to exhibit servanthood and desist from embarking on their personal interests when elected or appointed to serve the country. He wondered why most politicians with chauffeur-driven siren expect the citizenry to give them way when they are visiting their girlfriends or attending funerals. Speaking during Ultimate 106.9FM’s ...

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Fasting and prayers don’t win elections – Pastor

A man of God is urging all political parties not to bank their hopes on fasting and prayers for electoral victory. Rather, Prophet Nana Addo Adepa said parties especially in opposition should educate the supporters to go out and vote and stay out of trouble. The Man of God who is the head pastor of the Greatness Palace Chapel made ...

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Methodist Bishop Wants Police To Ban Political Party Health-Walks

Former Methodist Bishop of Kumasi, Rev. Prof. Osei Sarfo-Kantanka wants police to ban political party health walk until after the December elections. His call follows Sunday’s incident in Accra where NDC supporters on a health walk clashed with their NPP counterparts near NPP flagbearer, Nana Akufo Addo’s residence. A similar exercise at Asawasi in Kumasi during a recent tour by ...

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Arrest ‘machomen’ who harass electorates – Catholic Bishop

President of the Catholic Bishops Conference, Bishop Joseph Osei-Bonsu, has charged security agencies to clamp down on activities of thugs who cause trouble (‘machomen’) in the lead up to the December 7 polls. “During the elections, there may be places where people will be causing trouble. Therefore, all those entrusted with security have to be professional in their work. They ...

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Police must deal with NDC, NPP clashes – Peace Council

The Chairman of the National Peace Council, Most Rev. Prof. Emmanuel Asante has called on the Ghana Police Service to immediately investigate clashes that occurred infront of the Nima residence of the New Patriotic Party flagbearer Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo. Gun shots were fired by the security detail of the NPP flagbearer to ward off supporters of the NDC who ...

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Renowned naturopathic physician delivers public lecture on religion

Renowned Naturopathic Physician, Dr Ofei Agyemang, has said in order to avoid conflicts and for societies to thrive in harmony there is the need to de-radicalize people who erroneously hold that some religions are superior to others. “The harmony we seek to achieve in society will only come when we understand that we are one people with regard to our ...

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