He believes leadership is a divine duty and as such, people who have been given the mandate to lead the populace should seek God’s favour to be successful.
According to him, it is the only way to ensure the progress of the country. He believes leadership is a divine duty and as such, people who have been given the mandate to lead the populace should seek God’s favour to be successful.
“It is time that leaders in all domains: political, managerial, religious and traditional - become more spirit-filled, become more people-centered, heavenly-centered, compassion centered and result-oriented. These are the kinds of leaders we need in all aspects in Africa, leadership is a divine calling no matter one’s religion, and can never be adequately fulfilled without the anointing and consecration of God,” GNA quoted him to have said while addressing an event to climax the 13th African Union Day Prayer and Empowerment Conference at the Foyer of the Chamber Block of Parliament, in Accra.
Dr Sumney further advised Ghanaians to trust God for the best leader to be chosen come November 7 general elections. According to him, God will not disappoint his nation.
“Let’s look up to God and he himself in his wisdom will give us a president. Let’s pray that God gives us peaceful elections. We may have small, small noises here and there, but he himself will give us a leader,” he said.
The Prayer Conference which was a collaborative effort of Africa Mission Incorporated, the Parliament of Ghana and the Ghana Broadcasting Corporation, was under the theme, “Peaceful Elections and Economic Progress.”