Ghana Won’t Be Annihilated Under The Watch Of President Akufo Addo- Sammy Awuku

Ghana Won't Be Annihilated Under The Watch Of President Akufo Addo- Sammy Awuku

The National Organizer of the decision New Patriotic Party, Sammy Awuku, has reiterated commitment of the party to ensure peaceful Presidential and Parliamentary elections come Monday December 7.

He said Ghana won’t be annihilated under the watch of President Akufo Addo expressing that, NPP will acknowledge the outcome of the political race.

“Ghana won’t be devastated under the watch of Nana Akufo Addo. As reiterated by our Flagbearer H.E Nana Akufo Addo we are focused on harmony. We will acknowledge choice of Ghanaians on December 7,” Awuku said on Sunday during commitment of parsonage and another Church auditorium of Calvary Assemblies of God Church, Koforidua the Eastern Regional Capital.

The General Superintendent of the Assemblies of God, Reverend Professor Paul Frimpong Manso who devoted the offices approached Ghanaians to cease from demonstrations of savagery during and after the surveys.

He additionally forewarned against political race forecasts expressing that it has the inclination to start viciousness after political race.

The one-story multi-reason office has a 1,000 limit auditorium for association, a youngster’s congregation, kids administration church, head pastors’ office, organization block, youth office and a bookshop.

The parsonage likewise contained five-rooms with and all around outfitted visitor convenience to house inhabitant pastors and visitors.


Reverend Ministers, church elders and deaconesses, political figures among others, seen the occasion.

The head pastor of the Calvary Assembly of the Assemblies of God , Koforidua ,Rev. Dr. Albert Anane said the church was begun in 1986 during the time of the late previous Eastern Regional Superintendent of the Assemblies of God Rev. Jonathan Donkor.

His archetype, Rev. Alex Ofori Amankwa likewise proceeded with the undertaking and also purchased uncompleted structure at Okorase as a parsonage for the Church.



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