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In view of this, the question that comes to mind is, what is the motivation? Is it the financial consideration or the spiritual welfare of their members?

Resumption Of Church Activities – Return or not to Return

Written By Kwame Akodwaa-Boadia - During the President’s latest update on the coronavirus pandemic, he relaxed some of the existing restrictions. Among the list were the increase in the number of mourners from 25 to 100 for private burials, the resumption of conferences and the partial re-opening of schools. Also, on the list was the relaxation of restrictions on church activities.

Almost all the sectors of the economy are adversely affected. The banking sector, tourism, agricultural, transportation among other sectors are all affected.

Unemployment Situation In The Wake Of COVID-19. Image credit - Metro US

Written By Tulbire Ania Solomon - Undoubtedly, the greatest of all disruptive viral infections in history is coronavirus, popularly known as COVID-19. In fact the World had witnessed all kinds Infections, but none has ever caused as much headache for virologists and epidemiologists as COVID-19.

The unfortunate thing is that the growing attacks on prophets has tainted the reputation of those who are genuine due to careless generalization. This means that genuine prophets who are focused on doing the will of God will have to battle for their credibility and many will be skeptical dealing with servants of God due to the bad image portrayed in the minds of the public.

War Against False Prophets & Its Implications

Written By Richard Tawiah - For the past weeks, there have been some level of attacks on some prophets and church Leaders. A member of Parliament Kennedy Agyapong is leading the onslaught on television exposing the alleged dirty deals of some prophets and church Leaders considered fake. The MP’s crusade against “False Prophets” in the country has won the hearts of many and is receiving growing support from the public.

One does not expect the EC to just give in to the demands of an opposition party but the Commission must adduce cogent reasons why the wishes of a party cannot be granted. But in a situation where ...

Controversies surrounding compilation of new voters’ register

Written By Bubu Klinogo - The Electoral Commission has just concluded a two Pilot Voters Registration Exercise in all the sixteen regional capitals in the country. The essence of the exercise was to identify problems associated with the new system to find ways of mitigating them. The exercise is a strong and clear signal that the Electoral Commission is going ahead with its decision to discard the existing register and compile a completely new one in spite of strong opposition and resistance from the main opposition party, the NDC, other opposition parties and dozens of Civil Society Organisations.

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