In light of the current economic difficulties, the Peoples’ National Convention (PNC) has lamented the deafening silence of religious groups in the country.
Ghanaians are enduring an unprecedented economic hardship occasioned by rising inflation and continuous increase in fuel prices.
In the face of such an economic crisis, Ghana, which is considered a religious nation, should have its religious leaders intercede on its behalf, according to the PNC.
A statement signed by its General Secretary, Janet Asana Nabla, urged the government and various religious bodies across the nation, including the Christian Council of Ghana, the Muslim Council, and the Traditional Council, to together and rescue the nation.
The party which has a coconut tree as its symbol suggests setting, ”aside a day as a ‘National Day of Repentance’ for Ghanaians to seek forgiveness and to beseech God to heal the nation.”
The PNC without a shred of doubt believes “Only genuine repentance can assist in changing the attitude of Ghanaians.”
By: Bernard Ralph Adams Metrotvonline.com | Ghana