Global Evangelical Church urges stakeholders input into double track policy

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By Lorlornyofm August 14, 2018 22:18

Global Evangelical Church urges stakeholders input into double track policy

The 2018 Synod of the Global Evangelical Church has ended with a call on Government to engage relevant stakeholders to gather adequate input to ensure the effective implementation of the “Double Track” policy.

The Synod in a four-point communiqué commended the Government for rolling out the Free Senior High School Educational policy.

It also noted the subtle attempts and pressures from external powerful interests pushing for the legalization of same-sex marriage under the guise of human rights in Ghana.

The synod, therefore, commended the President for his assurances that same-sex marriage would not be legalised in Ghana.

The Synod also noted with deep concern the high level of corruption and nepotism that had crept into the Ghanaian society and urged Government and the Church to wage a sustained war against these cankers so that citizens could enjoy lives devoid of discrimination.

The 2018 Synod of the church deliberated on various issues affecting the Church, the Christian Community and the nation at large.

It was held on the theme: “Effective Discipleship: The Cross an Our Commitment.”

GNA

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By Lorlornyofm August 14, 2018 22:18
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