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‘Ecological disaster’: religious leaders want end to Ghana’s illegal mines
November 02, 2022
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CWN Editor's Note: “We are calling for a week of fasting and prayers to pray for change of hearts and for God’s mercy upon our nation for the destruction we have caused the environment,” said Archbishop Philip Naameh, president of the Ghana Catholic Bishops’ Conference.
The West African nation of 32.4 million (map) is 72% Christian (16% Catholic), 18% Muslim, and 9% ethnic religionist.
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