Rev. Josh Obeng, Resident Pastor CCC has called on Ghanaians to nurse high hopes that 2021 will be a better year.
Addressing journalists in the Ashanti region on the sidelines of the church’s 31st night service, Rev. Josh Obeng called on leaders and members of the two leading political parties to ensure the nation enjoys uninterrupted peace in 2021.
He prayed for wisdom for the Supreme Court judges who will preside over the election petition to enable them dispense justice according to the will of God.
He was also excited about progress being made as far as the COVID-19 pandemic is concerned and hoped it will soon become a thing of the past.
He encouraged Christians throughout the country to remain steadfast in their faith. He revealed that the church will focus on helping communities and the underprivileged, building their capacity to enable them earn meaningful livelihoods.
Regarding new year night prophecies, he advised Christians to place the fate and trust in God and do what is expected of them saying “our fate is in the hands of God, he is the only one who knows the future”.
Thousands of people were present at the CCC’s main auditorium for the two church sessions heralding the new year including some prominent personalities such as Ghana’s Minister of Trade and Industry ; Alan Kyeremanten.