President George Manneh Weah’s Religious Advisor Rev. Mother Kebbeh Karnga, calls on members of the pastoral network of the Coalition for Democratic or CDC and other churches to maintain unity within their respective churches and districts.
“We as spiritual leaders of this country particularly CDC, it is about time that we come together and work in one accord for the growth of the government and the country at large”, Mother Karnga stresses.
She made the call over the weekend during a courtesy visit to members of the Coalition pastoral network in Montserrado County electoral district # 5. “If this country must continue on the right path to witness growth and development, then it is time that we prayer warriors get on our feet, because I told the President that until we fulfill the promises that were made during the political season, Liberia cannot see massive growth.”
Mother Karnga, founder and spiritual leader of the Kebbeh Karnga Healing and Deliverance Ministry located in Nickely Town, Paynesville outside Monrovia narrates that God reveals to her that promises that were made by the Coalition standard bearer during the heat of the political campaign must be fulfilled.
“The journey we members of the CDC prayer team embarked on during this gone campaign must be fulfilled, and to fulfill those promises is to be united, we need collaboration, coordination, and cooperation as religious leaders to save our country from the wrath of God”, she continues.
Meanwhile, Mother Karnga discloses an upcoming nationwide thanksgiving service being organized by her office that would unite religious women from all 15 counties to intercede for the nation.
By Lewis S. Teh