President told to seek God’s intervention in appointments

President Akufo-Addo

Reverend John Kwesi Darku, Executive Director for Africa of Christ for all Nations, has called on President Akufo-Addo to seek the intervention and direction of God in appointing people to leadership positions in his government.

He said “Ghanaians would enjoy the benefits of the decision for “change” on December 7, based on the kind of leaders that would be employed by the new government”.

Reverend Darku said this at a sod cutting ceremony in Tamale to prepare the grounds for the Reinhard Bonnke Gospel Crusade to be held in Tamale from January 26 to 29, 2017.

The Reinhard Bonnke Gospel Crusade, which is being spearheaded by the Christ for all Nations, seeks to win souls for Christ as well as intercede for the country and her leaders to ensure moral transformation for accelerated national development.

The event is expected to attract between 400,000 and 600,000 people.  

Reverend Darku urged President Akufo Addo to ensure that his decisions served the interest of all and not the interest of individual party members.

He said the President must be father for all without any discrimination or ill-will to any ethnic, religious or political groupings.

Reverend Darku said the country’s future was in their hands each one of us adding “we must consider our actions and inactions in whichever position we find ourselves to ensure that the country moves on the path of progress and prosperity”.

He said the Reinhard Bonnke Gospel Crusade was divinely planned to bring salvation, healing, spiritual peace and progress to the people of the region and the country as a whole and called on all to attend the crusade.   

Source: GNA

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