According him, if Ghanaians follow the actions of politicians, “we won’t do what is expected of us as Christians,” he noted.
“I will continue praying for Ghana regardless of who is in power,” the Arch-Bishop emphasized.
The church leader made the comment at the maiden annual ‘Republic Day National Call to Prayer’ meeting in Accra on Wednesday.
He has challenged Christians to keep praying for the nation.
The prayer session was held simultaneously in various regional capitals across the country.