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It seems Ghanaian’s haven’t witnessed war before – Duncan Williams warns

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It seems Ghanaian's haven’t witnessed war before – Duncan Williams warns

It seems Ghanaian’s haven’t witnessed war before – Duncan Williams warns

With current peaceful states in Ghana, Archbishop Duncan Williams urges for people to stay alert on making sure that it stays that way.

 

influential preacher in Ghana urged security officials and politicians to to pay attention to security issues in the country.

 

His second speech showed how, while tragedies happen all the time, they don’t always have an impact if people are not looking for them to occur.

It seems Ghanaian's haven’t witnessed war before – Duncan Williams warns

President Akuffo Addo and Archbishop Duncan Williams

Ghanaian’s don’t seem to know how to prepare for or go through a war. This isn’t ground breaking news, but recently the people weren’t prepared for the oncoming battle in Ukraine.

 

As preparations were underway, many notice the signals minutes before hand, but because it hasn’t happened before or talked about extensively.

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It seems regretful that Ghanaian s haven’t currently seen an effect from war. Everybody deserves the same opportunity to live their best life, which includes safety and security.

 

Archbishop Duncan Williams  said that though it can be hard, but we must never think about war in Ghana.

 

To the Ghanaian’s who may not be aware, the signs that point to a coming war in our country are right before us.

 

If we don’t take action now, we might never come back from it—the leaders who should be paying attention have ignored all hints of an upcoming battle.

 

The discord within our society is everywhere and it feels like nobody can stop it from escalating.

Archbishop Duncan Williams

Archbishop Duncan Williams

Ghanaian’s have historically gone through many generations without experiencing war, however those days may be nearing their end.

 

Recently, some of the people believe that conflict is inevitable and encourage the military to prepare when they unconditionally proclaim peace because people are concerned with an unexpected disaster.

 

Famine, illness and death might rumble pounding on the door as Ghana has never experienced such before.

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Locals disagree about whether the “talk of coups” in Ghana is detrimental to peace and security; many say that potential crisis, like famine or conflict, builds resilience.

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