He said the huge numbers of Christians made them a strong force to reckon with when it came to working towards peace and progress of the nation.
Rev. Biney, who made the call in an interview with the Ghana News Agency, said since God is not a God of confusion, but of peace and orderliness, His followers must demonstrate same wherever they found themselves.
“Right from our homes through to our schools, churches, work places and the larger Ghanaian Society, we as Christians must be seen to be vessels or propagators of peace so that all Ghanaians would enjoy the socio-economic and political transformation,” he said.
Rev. Biney urged political activists and Ghanaians in general to bury all differences and go about the forthcoming general election with decency and decorum adding; “we must trust God Almighty to give us leaders who would fulfill His plans and purpose for the nation.”
“Let’s pray ceaselessly and fervently to our God to give us leaders upon His own heart, who would lead the nation to prosperity and ensure the general well-being of His people,” he said.