“Too Much Pain and Suffering” in Ghana–Archbishop Duncan-Williams laments


Archbishop Nicholas Duncan-Williams, Founder and Presiding Archbishop of Action Chapel International, has expressed concern over the “too much pain and suffering” in Ghana, citing the exodus of medical professionals and the potential for instability. Apexnewsgh reports

Meeting with National Democratic Congress flagbearer John Mahama and the Christian Ecumenical Council in Accra on Monday, May 20, 2024, Archbishop Duncan-Williams emphasized the need for effective leadership and management to address the country’s challenges.

He drew parallels with other African nations that have experienced instability and violence, urging Ghana to learn from their examples.

The archbishop commended Mahama for sharing his vision but emphasized the need for answers to pressing questions. He warned against underestimating the potential for unrest, citing past experiences in Ghana and the current desperation and anger among citizens. He emphasized the importance of addressing these concerns to prevent further escalation.

Archbishop Duncan-Williams stressed the need for open dialogue and education, urging Mahama and his party to engage with the clergy and citizens to find solutions to the country’s problems. He expressed hope for a better future for Ghana, emphasizing the need for collective effort to achieve it.

Source: Apexnewsgh.com

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