Prophet Nii Okai prays for peace in Ghana

The Founder and General Overseer of Mount Horeb Prayer Center, Prophet Paul Kweku Nii Okai has called on Ghanaians, particularly politicians, to exercise restraint and political tolerance before, during and after the upcoming December 7 Presidential and Parliamentary elections.

The arrival of the Paramount Chief of Igbos in Ghana His Royal Majority Eze Dr. Amb. Chukwudi Jude Ihenetu to the Centre

According to the General Overseer, peace and political tolerance are the critical components that would make the country stand tall among nations that prioritise development.

The Mount Horeb Prayer Center leader, who was speaking at a special thanksgiving service organised by the church has, therefore, called on all political actors and social commentators and ordinary citizens to be decorous and circumspect in their utterances and pray for peaceful elections.

He stated that the 2024 general elections must deepen the enviable Ghanaian hospitality, cultural diversity and religious orientation rather than becoming a tool for destruction, adding that peace must be an utmost priority of the citizenry.

To foster Peace and harmony in Ghana, Prophet Paul Nii Okai cited that families cannot reject peace and attain a higher level and recognition in the world, and nations cannot also develop without peace.

The Founder of the Akuapem-Mamfe based Prayer Centre continued that: “I pray our political leaders are committed to peace ahead of the December 7 polls”.

The Paramount Chief of Igbos in Ghana His Royal Majesty Eze Chukwudi Jude Ihenetu, who was guest of honour for the programme, thanked the Founder and Overseer of Mount Horeb Prayer Center.

Cross-section of members of Mount Horeb Prayer Center praying for peaceful 2024 election

Speaking to the media after the programme, His Royal Majesty Eze Chukwudi Jude Ihenetu noted that the role of religious bodies towards the development of the country cannot be underestimated.

According to him, it would be imperative for the central government to strategically collaborate with the various religious bodies towards the development of the country.

The Paramount Chief of Igbos further tasked the leadership of Ghana to religiously and politically safeguard the existing brotherly relationship between Nigeria and Ghana, which according to him can develop the two countries.

“Nigeria and Ghana are like twins with mutual interests and I believe that we should not fight,” he said.

He ceased the opportunity to plead with the Ghana government to establish laws to guide the operations of Nigerian traders in Ghana.


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