The Christian Council of Ghana (CCG) has urged all churches to pray for a peaceful referendum in the upcoming exercise to decide the creation of six new regions.
The council in a statement also argued that national unity and development should be the top most priority for every Ghanaian..
The statement also called on Christians to “establish and uphold justice, peace and righteousness wherever we find ourselves”, as we mark the birth of Christ this Christmas season.
“On behalf of the Executive Committee, and Heads of Churches, the management and staff of the Christian Council of Ghana, I wish you the best of the season,” a statement signed by the Reverend Dr Cyril G.K. Fayose, General Secretary of the Council, said
The statement added “May your encounter with the baby Jesus renew and strengthen your faith in the resurrected Christ.”