Mr Ebenezer Okletey Terlabi, the Deputy Eastern Regional Minister, has expressed worry over increase in moral decadence despite the proliferation of churches in the country.
He observed that while the number of churches was increasing, the rate of immorality kept on rising.
Mr Terlabi was speaking at the 37th Annual Conference and Rally of the West Volta Presbytery Women Bible Class of the Evangelical Presbyterian Church in
Mr Terlabi said: “As Ghanaians, we cherish our rich and strong values on issues such as homosexuality, lesbianism, sodomy and other moral practices and we must not allow anyone or group of people to impose what is acceptable in their cultures in the name of human rights on us”.
He called on Christians to pay prayer ceaselessly for God to intervene in the affairs of the people to end moral decadence in the country.
Mr Terlabi said that women deserved respect but regrettably they had overwhelmingly been treated with indignity, insults and sexual harassment by some men.
He asked Christian women to be virtuous and support the vulnerable, distressed and poor in society.
Ms Victoria Boahene, President of West Volta Presbytery Women Bible Class, said the rally was to propagate the gospel and solicit funds for development projects towards national development.