He noted that in spite of proliferation of churches in the country, such acts have been on the ascendancy.
Rev Dumevi made the call at the opening of this year’s Prayer Festival of the Accra Presbytery of the Global Evangelical Church, at Oyibi, in the Kpone-Katamanso District of the Greater Accra Region.
It was on the theme: “Thy Kingdom Come.”
Rev Dumevi attributed the increase of such acts in the country to single parenting, broken homes and the expansion of video centres and urged the churches to intensify their evangelism to curb the menace.
He urged the youth to draw closer to God so that they could succeed in whatever venture they wish to go into.
Rev Dumevi advised Ghanaians to eschew laziness and work harder that before in 2016 to ensure the development of the nation.
He urged them to resist the temptation of being used by disgruntled politicians to create confusion.
The Senior Pastor tasked the electorate to vote for people who have the development of the nation at heart.
Rev Dumevi charged religious leaders to desist from selling the word of God, which he said is bringing the clergy into disrepute.