I haven’t given up on interceding for Ghana – Duncan-Williams

    The General Overseer of the Action Chapel International, Archbishop Nicholas Duncan Williams has disclosed that he has not given up on Ghana but he is just expressing worry as a spiritual man on the future of Ghana Politics and the desperate Ghanaian youth.

    “I have not given up on interceding for the country but I am just worried as a spiritual man on what is going to happen if the Ghanaian youth becomes desperate,’ Archbishop Duncan Williams when asked by Adom Otchere during the Metro TV’s Good Evening Ghana show which was monitored by the GhanaNewsPage.Com as to whether he has given up on praying for the country.

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    The General Overseer of the Action Chapel International who on several occasions stands in to interceded on behalf of the country anytime there is a tragedy said that:

    “I am going back to engaging to engage the Ghanaian youth in our Senior High Schools and Tertiary Institutions because of their desperation to survive in such a country difficult country.

    “It is the Party Politics instead of a coalition of Ghanaian leaders who thinks about the welfare of the country that will cause violence in the country and the youth will not hesitate to get involved because the most dangerous thing is to fight someone who has nothing to loose,’ he said.

    “I will therefore ask the former presidents and Ghanaian leaders to come together and implement a 25 years good term plan in terms of health, education, agriculture and anything that will improve the growth of the country instead of the party politics which is destroying our country,” he suggested.


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