Anti-progress forces want to visit doom on Ghana – Duncan-Williams proclaims


Archbishop Nicholas Duncan-Williams says forces of darkness are plotting to cause severe problems to befall the nation and prevent it from progressing.

According to him, the forces are bent on ensuring that no amount of intervention from donor organisations and development can rescue the nation, should such calamities occur. 

The Archbishop recently announced a ‘revelation’ from God over the plan of the devil to bring the deadly Ebola virus into the country, and called on religious leaders to hold prayer sessions to fight it. 

He said he had similar experiences about Liberia earlier in the year and even went there to discuss it with President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf. 

The recent uprising in Ghana’s northern neighbor, Burkina Faso, he claimed, was also revealed to him two months ago which compelled him to meet with the leaders there about it.

“I know there are forces out there that really want to cripple this nation…there are forces out there that really want to see people suffer,” the Papa as he is also known, told Joy FM Super Morning Show host, Kojo Yankson, Monday, November 3, 2014. 

The show was transmitted live from the Church’s headquarters in Accra.

He said the so-called ‘anti-progress forces’ are “in every aspect of our progress as a nation”.

“And that’s why spirituality in nation building is very important” the Archbishop noted, stressing that “a lot of skillful intercession” needed to be done to fortify the nation against any form of spiritual attacks.

He also warned against a civil uprising against the government, likely to be initiated by dissatisfied youth akin to the Arab Springs that saw nations like Tunisia, Egypt and Libya on fall the brink.

Nevertheless, Archbishop Duncan-Williams said Ghana is destined for greatness and would pull through only if the government takes the right decisions.

“The president must look at the leadership around him…You must surround yourself with people who can speak truth to power”. Story by Ghana | Myjoyonline.com | Jerry Tsatro Mordy | [email protected]

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