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PRESIDENT MAHAMA DECLARES THREE DAYS OF FASTING AND PRAYERS FOR CONTINUOUS PEACE AND STABILITY IN GHANA 







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President John Dramani Mahama, has declared three (3) days of national fasting and prayer for continuous peace and stability in Ghana.

The president is urging Christians and Muslims including all people of faith to dedicate their specific days of worship- Friday, Saturday and Sunday to fast and pray for the nation ahead of the forthcoming December 7, elections.

A statement signed and copied to Ghanapoliticsonline.com by the Minister for Communications, Dr. Edward Omane Boamah, said, the president believes that through fasting and prayers, supported by appropriate measures and actions on the part of all stakeholders, Ghana will once again demonstrate to the world that, the country is not only the beacon of hope for Africa’s Democracy, but also a nation ready and willing to continue on the path of progress and prosperity for all.

Below is the full statement

His Excellency John Dramani Mahama, President of the Republic of Ghana is urging Christians and Muslims including all people of faith to dedicate three days (Friday, 2nd – Sunday, 4th December, 2016) to fast and pray for the nation ahead of the imminent December 7 elections.

As we fast and pray for continuous peace and stability in Ghana before, during and after the elections, the President is further urging all to dedicate their specific days of worship- Friday, Saturday and Sunday to pray to God to intercede for Ghana.

It is his belief that through fasting and prayers, supported by appropriate measures and actions on the part of all stakeholders, “Our dear nation will once again demonstrate to the world that Ghana is not only the beacon of hope for Africa’s Democracy but also the nation ready and willing to continue on the path of progress and prosperity for all.”

(Signed)

EDWARD K. OMANE BOAMAH(DR)

Issued In Accra On Thursday, December 1, 2016






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