General News of 2014-01-01

Ghana will only see progress if… - Duncan Williams

The General Overseer of the Christian Action Faith Ministries, Arch Bishop Nicholas Duncan Williams has stated that Ghana will only see progress and development if the leaders submit themselves to the guidance and direction of God.

According to him, Ghana does not need politicians to solve the problems the country is facing, rather: “we need men and woman that have in them the spirit of the living God, men and women who fear God, and acknowledges God.”

Speaking at last night’s watch night service to usher in the New Year, Arch bishop Nicholas Duncan Williams asked Ghanaians to allow God to rule this year.

He said: “Our stability in 2014 shall be as the result of the wisdom and the knowledge of God and not the wisdom and the knowledge of man.”

Arch Bishop Duncan Williams was, however, optimistic that in the coming year, “Ghana will know stability, Ghana will flourish and the economy will recover and move on, not because we have some good financial analysts, but because we recognized him (GOD) who said silver and gold are mine.”

He therefore urged politicians to use the medium of politics as a means to bring “transformation” in the life of the Ghanaian by serving them instead of using politics as a ticket for their living.