Pastor Mensa Otabil, Other Big Ghanaian Pastors Argue Over Extension Of Ban On Church Services (Don’t Miss Video)

Dr Mensa Otabil has added his voice to calls being made to government to extend the ban on church services.

Pastor Otabil who is the founder of the International Central Gospel Church thinks lifting the ban too early could jeopardize the fight against COVID-19.

‘Just when we thought in Ghana we were having control over the situation, we are beginning to realise the virus has a mind of its own. It doesn’t seem to correspond to some of the efforts we are making, he said on Sunday.

Pastor Otabil maintained that ‘This is not the time for churches to consider gathering together in assemblies because the crisis before us is not going down’.


All churches in the country have temporarily shut down in compliance with government’s directives on ban public gatherings to control the spread of coronavirus.

A few days ago, leaders of the Ghana Pentecostal and Charismatic Council (GPCC) attempted to lobby the government to lift the ban on church services.


The clergymen outlined guidelines which they thought could defensively check the spread of COVID-19, should they be allowed to congregate.

The Apostle General of Royalhouse Chapel International explained on JoyNews’ Beyond The Lockdown that:


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