Christian Council Warns Against Use Of Party Colours In Church On Sunday

Presbyterian Church, Ghana - Hope Congregation

The Christian Council of Ghana (CCG) has urged Christians across the country to refrain from attending church service with party paraphernalia on Sunday, December 13, 2020.

According to the council, it is highly concerned about the mounting tensions in some parts of the country after the declaration of the winner of the 2020 polls.

In a statement signed by the General Secretary of the Christian Council, Dr. Cyril Fayose, the group tasked the clergy to foster peace and unity amongst the citizenry.

“The CCG also wishes to state that, for the sake of peace, unity and national cohesion, Christians should not put-on Political Party paraphernalia to church on Sunday. We encourage Pastors to use the coming Sunday to thank God for peaceful Elections and to preach unity among the Ghanaian people.  Let us continue to pray for a united prosperous country,” the Council advised.

Additionally, the Council is pleading with supporters of the winning candidate to celebrate moderately and avoid comments that can inflame violence with political opponents adding that “we also appeal to supporters of the losing candidate to accept the loss graciously.”

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source: CNR

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