Anglicans pray for peaceful elections in Ghana

The Accra Daily Mail, Ghana, reports that the former Eastern Regional Manager of the Anglican Educational Unit, Very Rev. Gyebi Danquah, has appealed to the Christian Council and other religious groups to fast and pray for peaceful elections in December.

He said experience had shown that any country or group of people who do not rely on God are bound to take wrong decisions no matter their resources, facilities or social status.

The four-day conference is being attended by 120 participants representing the various dioceses of the Anglican Church in the country and is under the theme “Election 2008 let us seek the face of God.”

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