Ghanaians ask to pray for peaceful election

Kasoa (C/R), Feb. 2, GNA – Reverend David Aduah, newly ordained Priest of the Assemblies of God Church at Kasoa, has appealed to Ghanaians to continue to pray to God for peaceful elections in November 2016.

He also urged them to offer their prayers and support to the government to rule the country successfully.

Rev Aduah made the appeal when delivering his maiden homily at the Akweley-Kosoa branch of the church at Kasoa in the Central Region.

‘We are in an election year therefore we should continue to pray so that peace would continue to prevail in the country.’

He expressed regret that many people call themselves Christians but do not have focus in life.

Rev Aduah urged them to desist from the quest for material gains to avoid landing themselves into evil.


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