President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo has urged the Anglican Church to pray for him and the country.
The President offered the prayer on January 10 at the Jubilee House during the 2nd Presidential Eucharistic New Year Service, which was led by the Anglican Church.
The inaugural service took place last year, and President Akufo-Addo promised two more before leaving office.
Speaking to the congregation, the President emphasized Ghana’s promising future and insisted that the nation’s brightest days are still to come.
“Even if we are currently experiencing issues with our economic performance, as I remarked on January 6th, I do not doubt our collective commitment to work our way through these obstacles and return our country to the road of progress and prosperity.”
“Let me restate my conviction that the best days for mother Ghana lie ahead of us if we act in a spirit of fairness, diligence, integrity, and reconciliation.
“Let me conclude by pleading vehemently with the church to constantly remember me and the nation in their prayers. As God’s children, we may be tempted to let difficulties determine our value, but triumph is certain in the end. We may make mistakes along the way, but we will always be more than conquerors, as it says in Romans 8.