On January 8, the National Democratic Congress (NDC) held a thanksgiving service at the Perez Chapel International (PCI) in Accra to celebrate a successful electoral year. During the service.
Chairman of the NDC, Johnson Asiedu Nketiah, thanked God for guiding and protecting the party during the busy year, during which they held over 47,000 elections and elected over 400,000 party officers without any casualties. Asiedu Nketiah also shared the reasons behind the party’s decision to worship at PCI, citing the fact that one of their leading members, Samuel Nartey George, is a member of the congregation and that the church’s founder,
Archbishop Charles Agyinasare, speaks truth to power regardless of which party is in government.
The Archbishop encouraged the party to prioritize the interests of the nation over all other interests and congratulated the new executives, praying for them. It is clear that the NDC values its relationship with the divine and recognizes the role that faith can play in guiding and supporting the party’s endeavors.
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