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‘Change Is Coming’ – Bishop Agyinasare

Presiding Bishop of the Perez Chapel International (PCI), Bishop Charles Agyinasare has predicted a whirlwind of change that will propel Ghana and Africa into an era of landmark achievements. He pegged Africa’s woes to the “endemic corruption and many visionless intellectuals and graduates from institutions who will rather stay at home than work if they have not been employed, where ...

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Christian student booted out of British university for ‘being against gay marriage’

Felix Ngole, 38, posted on social media that “I stand with Kim Davis” – the American county clerk who was jailed for refusing to issue marriage licences to same-sex couples. The student of Sheffield University also commented on the link quoting a bible verse which called homosexuality an “abomination” in September 2015. He was ejected from the university following a ...

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2016 elections, not do or die – Archbishop Kpiebaya

Most Rev. Gregory Ebo Kpiebaya, Emeritus Archbishop of Tamale, has urged Political Parties to ensure that the 2016 elections do not become ‘do or die affair’ but rather an opportunity to guard and sustain the democratic gains the nation had chalked since 1992. He cautioned them against the using of foul means to win elections, saying that the winner has ...

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Christian Group Warns EC Boss

Christian pressure group, Movement for the Kingdom Image (MFKI), has condemned the Chairperson of Electoral Commission (EC) of Ghana, Mrs. Charlotte Osei, for what the group has described as a “deliberate inclusion of political party members” to a committee which is supposed to be non-partisan only to cause chaos in the upcoming elections. The group in a statement signed and ...

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Pope Francis questions Donald Trump`s Christianity

Pope Francis has questioned US Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump’s Christianity following his call to build a border wall with Mexico.The Pope says a person who thinks only about building wall and not of building bridges, is not Christian”.The New York businessman supports deporting nearly 11 million undocumented immigrants. Calling himself a proud Christian, Mr Trump blamed Mexico for the ...

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The Deception And Confusing Messages Must Stop

The Very Reverend Joseph Atuahene, a Methodist Priest based in Canada, has expressed deep worry about the deception, strange and confusing religious doctrines, which he said, were not doing any good to the image of church. He said the situation where all sorts of tricks are used to swindle worshippers – selling anointing oil and other items to them at ...

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Kumasi Tafo violence not religious conflict – Rev. Osei-Bonsu

A member of the National Peace Council is urging the public not to misconstrue the incident at Kumasi Old Tafo, between some Muslim youth and traditional authorities for a religious conflict between Christians and Muslims. Most Rev. Joseph Osei-Bonsu says even though the actions must be condemned in all terms, it is purely a land issue and not a religious ...

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Muslim leader fails in bid to bar Donald Trump from entering UK

A Muslim political leader has failed to win a court order banning Donald Trumpfrom entering the UK for two years. The move at the high court in London is part of Kamran Malik’s legal battle against the billionaire over his claim that parts of the city are so radicalised thatMetropolitan police officers fear for their lives. Malik, and his east ...

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Christian Council Is ‘Xenophobic’…Why Can’t They Show Some Love To Muslim Ex-Detainees? – Islamic Cleric

Spokesperson for the National Chief Imam, Sheik Aremeyaw Shaibu has lambasted the Christian Council of Ghana (CCG) for their stiff position against the housing of two Guantanamo ex detainees in Ghana. He described the council as “Xenophobic” – and questioned the Christianity in them – “Why can’t they show love to our Muslim brothers?” Three major Christian groups — the Ghana ...

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Omane Boamah chides Head of Catholic Bishops

Minister of Communications, Dr. Omane Boamah has chided the President of Ghana Catholic Bishop’s Conference, Most Rev Joseph Osei Bonsu for questioning President Mahama’s decision to welcome suspected terrorists into Ghana. According to him, the Bishop’s response to the president’s call does not reflect the position of the Bishops Conference. “I’m not sure the Catholic Bishops Conference sent him to ...

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