A former National Youth Organiser of the Convention People’s Party (CPP) has queried the viability of Archbishop Duncan Williams’ prayer when the Mahama-led administration is not being proactive.
James Kwabena Bonfeh, popularly known as Kabilla said the Archbishop’s prayers will only work if President Mahama gets on his feet; puts measures in place to shoot up the cedi.
Archbishop Nicholas Duncan Williams, Presiding Bishop and General Overseer of the Christian Action Faith Ministries (CAFM) led his congregation to pray for the recovery of the ‘falling cedi’.
In the prayer, he spiritually “commanded” the dwindling cedi to “rise” and also interceded for the governor of Bank of Ghana (BoG) and President John Dramani Mahama.
Contributing to panel discussion on ‘Kokrokoo’, Kabilla said even though he has nothing against the man of God and the prayers he offered, the attitude of the current administration will continue to put the cedi and the economy in a bad shape.
“I really respect the man of God but how is the prayer going to arrest the cedi when government’s action and inaction is killing the cedi? A lot of advices have been given to this government but it keeps falling on deaf ears. President Mahama should do something for once in his administration” Kabilla stated.