Apostle calls for prayers for the December Election


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Apostle Kadmiel Agbalenyoh

Apostle Kadmiel Agbalenyoh, the Missionary-in-Charge of the Seventh Day Congregation of Theocracy at Homedakrom has called on churches to pray passionately for peaceful elections in December 7, 2016

Homedakrom (E/R),
Sept. 17, GNA – Apostle Kadmiel Agbalenyoh, the Missionary-in-Charge of the
Seventh Day Congregation of Theocracy at Homedakrom has called on churches to
pray passionately for peaceful elections in December 7, 2016.

He said no Ghanaian
should take the coming presidential and parliamentary elections for granted and
therefore all religious leaders and members must go on their knees for
intercessory prayers for peaceful polls for the days ahead.

Apostle Agbalenyoh
made the call when he spoke with the Ghana News Agency at the Mission’s station
at Otiakrom in the Akuapim South District of the Eastern Region.

He led a
congregation of about 3,000 from Accra, Tema, Nsawam and other places in
prayers for political leaders and their followers for peace to prevail before,
during and after the elections.

The
Missionary-in-Charge urged the National Democratic Congress (NDC) and the New
Patriotic Party to cease with the politicisation of issues, and rather take the
development of the country as ultimate paramount for the people.

He asked Ghanaians
to pray for God to choose His fearing people to lead the country so that good
policies devoid of   selfishness and
greed would manifest in the better development and prosperity of the citizenry.

Apostle Agbalenyoh
advised the youth to be law-abiding saying; “There is no home apart from
Ghana,” and therefore they should not allow any politician to deceive them with
money to cause violence during and after the elections.

He also enjoined
them to avoid smoking and alcoholism, which would eventually destroy their life
while calling for measures that would curb the habits.

GNA


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