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Christian nationalism poses a threat to human rights in Ghana

By Jeffrey Haynes, Professor Emeritus of Politics, London Metropolitan University
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Ghana is a religious country. According to the 2021 census, about 71% of the population is Christian and 18% Muslim. Followers of indigenous or animistic religious beliefs make up another 5%, and 6% are members of other religious groups or don’t have religious beliefs.

Many Ghanaians regard Ghana as a “nation of Christians.”

The New Patriotic Party’s electoral slogan in 2016 and 2020 was: “For the battle is the Lord’s.” These are words David…The Conversation

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