Vice-President Paa Kwesi Bekoe Amissah-Arthur, has urged Christians to be bold to denounce indiscipline and other evils plaguing the society.
He said they must be steadfast in their resolve to fight corruption and all acts of impunity, inimical to the healthy growth of the nation.
Former President Jerry John Rawlings has sought to explain what some critics term as political contradictions in the Rawlings family, saying though he (Rawlings) was not expecting his wife to establish her own party, he was also not surprised when it happened.
Rather, he said, what the church should avoid was meddling in partisan politics.
Most Rev. Asante said it was the business of the church to contribute to the shaping of Ghana’s democratic process and by so doing, add its voice to the national development agenda.