Elections 2020: NDC Declares Three Days Of Fasting And Prayer for Victory

National Democratic Congress (NDC) has announced to supporters and the general publicthat the party has declared three (3) days of fasting and prayer.

Started from Thursday 5, November 2020, the fasting and prayer was under themed; “THE HORSE IS PREPARED FOR THE DAY OF BATTLE, BUT VICTORY IS IN THE HANDS OF THE LORD”- Proverbs 21:31.

The announcement was contained in a press statement signed and issued on Thursday November 5, 2020 by the National Chairman of the NDC, Mr Samuel Ofosu Ampofo.

The statement noted that the party deems it necessary to invite Ghanaians to join the NDC in praying and interceding for the peace and stability of Ghana as our dear nation gears up for a crucial election.

“It is equally our belief that our nation requires God’s divine intervention to halt the recent spate of armed robbery, killings and other violent crimes that we are witnessing across the length and breadth of the country in the run up to this year’s elections,” the statement stressed.

Above all, the statement noted that the NDC recognizes that it is God Almighty who chooses good leaders for nations.

Hence statement said the party shall be fasting and praying for a resounding victory for “our Flag-bearer and Parliamentary Candidates in the upcoming elections.”

”As part of this program, a prayer meeting will be held at the party’s National Headquarters, on Saturday, 7th November, 2020 and climaxed with a church service on the morning of Sunday, 8th November, 2020 at the Royal House Chapel International in Accra.

The statement called on all officials, members, and sympathizers of the NDC, as well as the general public to participate in this all-important program that will determine and shape the destiny and future of our beloved country.

Source:Bizzygh.com/Freeman Awlesu

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