Apostle Schambach Amaniampong, Overseer of the Christian Redemption International Ministry (CRIM), at the weekend called on Christians to pray in order to counteract plans by the devil to strike the political leadership of the country with tragedy.
He told Ghana News Agency during an Ordination Service of the Church that there are countless demonic plots against the President and the Vice President to wreck havoc on the political scene, hence the need for intensive prayers to nip it in the bud.
Apostle Amaniampong said the recent motor accident that involved President John Agyekum Kufuor, should not be given secular interpretation, since the projection was spiritual.
"The devil through his agents is targeting the President and the Vice President and they need our prayers."
He said there was also the need for prayer warriors to get active to secure the nation for the Lord for the 2008 General Election and the Ghana 2008 African Cup of Nations.
Apostle Amaniampong said as usual a number of fatal accidents had been planned by the devil during the Christmas holidays through reckless driving and alcoholism and Christians must therefore watch and pray.
Over 200 students of the Schambach School of Ordination, the Schambach School of Prophets, the Spiritual Warfare Institute and the School of Impartation were ordained at the ceremony bringing to over 3,000 people trained by the church so far.
Apostle Amaniampong asked the graduates to walk in righteousness and should be God- fearing.
Prophet Bernard Opoku-Nsiah, General Overseer of CRIM, asked the graduates to seek the direction and inspiration of the Lord in all their activities.
He said spiritual greatness came from God through instructions and obedience.
Professor Lawrence Addai Mensah of the College of Health Sciences of the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, who chaired the function, asked the graduates to find practical and spiritual solutions to the problems of Ghana.
He tasked Christians to address the scourge of HIV/AIDS in practical terms "and not play the ostrich."