Religion Fri, 30 Jul 2010

Apostolic Church ends fasting and prayers for the nation

Nsawam (E/R), July 30, GNA - Apostle M. Sefa-Thompson, Superintendent of the Nsawam Area Apostolic Church in the Eastern Region, has called on Ghanaians to avoid corruption and embezzlement of state funds.

He also appealed to the people to be law-abiding and turn to God for the development of the country.

Apostle Sefa-Thompson, made the call at the end of a 21-day of fasting and prayers for the nation by the members of the Church.


He advised Ghanaians to be provident and at least save ten per cent of their income to generate funds for investment to enable them to come out poverty.

Elder Emmanuel Atti and Apostle J.D. Korang led the congregation to pray for the nation, the President and government officials.

Source: GNA