May 30, 2024

Founder of the Worldwide Miracle Outreach, Reverend Canon Dr Lawrence Tetteh has urged politicians and Ghanaians as a whole to put their trust in the Lord in their daily activities.

He said political balmes and insults in the country regarding the economic hardship can not be solved by the power of a man.

The renowned man of God believes the word of God is the only solution to the problems of Ghana, hence, the leaders should be prayerful.

“The cure for Ghana is only in the word of God. The economic woes of Ghana can only be turned around through the word of God and the many tensions, problems, embarrassments and confusion in Ghana can only be turned around through the word of God.” international economist stated.

Delivering the sermon on the topic: “Listen to the Word of God,” Dr. Lawrence Tetteh stressed that God answers all prayers so the leaders should rely on the word of God in executing their duties for the betterment of the country.

“No economic analogy or economic analysis or strategy can save Ghana except the word of God. This word of God I’m talking about is life, this word of God I’m talking about is our home, this word of God I’m talking about is what we need as a nation, and no politician should think that you can do it by your power. Unless the Lord builds, we struggle and labour and build in vain,” The man of God noted.

Delivering a sermon at this year’s Watch Night Service held at the Kwame Nkrumah Circle in Accra, Dr Tetteh admonished Ghanaias to be ambassadors of peace in this election year.

He argued that conflict affects development and national building so politicians, religious leaders, Muslims, traders and every citizen should come together as one people to maintain peace in the country before, during and after the 7th December general elections.

“I think we all have a responsibility as a nation. Our responsibility is that we must all be selfless, we must think about Ghana first,”

He also called on the various political parties to desist from insults as they are preparing to testify their campaigns ahead of the elections.

“We should be able to do politics devoid of insults. With the culture of insults that have crept into our language, this year’s election should be clean, fair and transparent and I think that is what I’m admonishing all, both NDC and NPP should give us a clean, fair, clear and properly won election.” He added.