The founder and the leader of Healing God Maranatha Prayer Ministry, Odeefour Jeremiah Koduah has opined that the closure of churches and mosques in the country has also shut the doors to heaven preventing prayers from being heard by God.
The man of God speaking in an interview on Nyankonton Mu Nsem on Rainbow Radio 87.5Fm said although it may sound risky physically to lift the ban on churches and mosques, it is more dangerous spiritually.
He claims the decision to ban religious activities created a space between God and his children and "until we lift the ban, the situation we are trying to resolve will remain the same".
Odeefour Koduah appealed to President Akufo-Addo to lift the ban, allow Christians and Muslims to pray to God and seek his face in the face of the coronavirus outbreak.
He indicated "we have used our physical energies in solving the outbreak and it was time we turn to God for help".
He has also advised Ghanaians not to politicise the outbreak but work collectively, pray and seek the face of God to deliver the country from the virus.