Ghana’s energy crisis has been a yet to be resolved issue over the years but the moderator of the Presbyterian Church of Ghana, Rev. Professor Emmanuel Martey says the situation can be solved through prayers.
According to him, if all religious bodies [both Christians, Muslims and other believes] come together and pray, the crisis would be solved.
Rev. Martey was speaking on Adom FM’s morning show, Friday, after weeks of his attack by some NDC members that he can solve the energy crisis if he was in charge.
“Are you a Christian, a Muslim or a traditionalist? Then pray and see what the miraculous God can do within the three months given period,” he said.
“Do you believe in prayers, if yes then let the entire nation pray to witness what God can do,” he added.
Rev. Professor Emmanuel Martey who has been tagged as a member of the opposition NPP and received some bombardment from government however said he is not perturbed by the criticism of government communicators.
“The devil is not a fool and there a lot of charlatan men of God in the system who attack me when I criticize government but such people cannot distract me,” Rev. Prof. Martey stated.
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