Ghanaian actress, Lydia Forson has described the three day fasting and prayers for the Ghanaian economy by the church of Pentecost as a SHAME.
Members of the church of Pentecost have been asked by their chairman to begin the fasting and prayers from Thursday, November 10.
In a communique signed by Apostle Eric Nyamekye, members are to pray and intercede for the nation amidst the economic crisis.
Reacting to the instructions in a tweet, Lydia Forson questioned why the church didn’t use it’s position to hold the government accountable beyond the fasting and prayers.
Imagine the church actually took a positions to HOLD government accountable beyond prayers.— miss forson (@lydiaforson) November 7, 2022
Imagine the church used its power/influence to get our government to do right by its people.
Instead the church (most) use their position to only advance itself and agenda. Shame.