CCG General Secretary

May 18, 2021


Our attention has been drawn to a WhatsApp video in which a supposed member of the Christian Council of Ghana is “threatening the Turkish Embassy.”

The Christian Council of Ghana wishes to inform the public that we have not made nor released any such statement anywhere, nor have we authorized anyone to make or release such a statement.

The said person in the video, who is anonymous, is NOT a member of the Executive Committee (ExCo) of the CCG and is not the spokesperson of the CCG. The General Secretary is the official spokesperson of the Council.

Let us remember that we are one people in one nation with a common destiny.

We assure all Ghanaians that the CCG will continue to pray and work towards the peace, unity and harmony of our nation.

Issued by the Executive Committee

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Tuesday May 18, 2021




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