Prophets, spiritual churches honour Christian Council of Ghana

The Prophets and Spiritual Churches of Ghana (PSCC) has honoured the Christian Council of Ghana for its divine intervention before during and after the Supreme Court Verdict on the 2012 elections.

They presented a citation, a plaque and a Bible to further boost the efforts of the efforts of the council to do more as the country heads for another election on December 7.

The Spiritual leader of PSCC, Prophet Nakoa Nazareth Ansah Jamson, said the Spiritual role the CCG played during the disputed elections calmed the nerves of the youth, who would have otherwise allowed themselves to be used by some politicians to foment trouble.

“Your efforts would be memorial in the sight of God Almighty and a living testimony in the sight of Ghanaians as you receive this token from the PSCC,” he said.

He urged Christians to work together to reduce tension and the threats of violence, towards the building of a more prosperous country for generation yet unborn.

He urged the Christian Council to continue with their intercessory prayers to give the public hope and voice needed for the uplifting Gods work towards the deliverance of mankind.

General Secretary of the CCG, Reverend Dr. Kwabena Opuni Frimpong, commended the group for the recognition and encouragement, and assured that council would not relent in its mandate to promote peace during the December polls.

He said the council would affiliate itself with groups that are committed to ensuring peace and stability in the country.

The Christian Council of Ghana, he indicated has dealt with different governments for the past 87 years, and would continue to hold leaders accountable for their actions.

Dr. Opuni-Frimpong urged the country’s leaders to bring every citizen on board to push the agenda for a free fair and credible election.

He urged the Electoral Commission, the media, political parties and the electorate not to condone any violent act and must promptly report any breach of the electoral laws to the police for prompt action.

By Lawrence Vomafa-Akpalu

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