2022 Budget: Church leaders fast, pray against ‘human’, ‘demonic’ will among MPs

    Ghana’s church leaders have declared a three-day national prayer and fasting period to pray for unity, understanding, peace, and prosperity of the nation.

    Prominent on the program is praying against all forms of confusion, agitation, civil unrest, selfishness, and partisanship among parliamentarians as they debate the 2022 budget.

    It starts, Monday, 13 December 2021 to Wednesday, 16 December 2021 with the theme: ‘Peace and goodwill towards all.

    The prayer and fasting program is being organized by the Christian Council of Ghana, the Ghana Pentecostal and Charismatic Council (GPCC), Ghana Catholic Bishops’ Conference (GCBC), Ghana Charismatic Bishops’ Conference (GCBC), and the National Association of Charismatic and Christian Churches (NACCC).

    Among others, the prayer bulletin intends to “pray that the Lord will bring unity and understanding between the two major political parties in parliament, i.e., the NPP and NDC”.

    It said “concerning the debate on the 2022 budget”, the church leaders will “pray that the spirit of nationalism will override partisan interests among parliamentarians”.



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