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04-Mar-2017  
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Dr Lawrence Tetteh, a renowned International Evangelist, on Thursday, led the Electoral Commission (EC) staff in a thanksgiving service; to express gratitude to God for the peaceful and successful conduct of the 2016 general election.

The colourful event was attended by Mrs Charlotte Osei, the ElectoralCommission Chairperson; Ms Georgian Opoku Amankwah, Deputy Chairperson, Mrs Rebecca Kabukie Adjalo, a Member of the Commission and Mr Samuel Tetteh, Director of Electoral Services of the EC.

The congregation, adorned in white attire, sang and danced to the glory of God for His graciousness towards the nation.

Dr Tetteh in his homily, urged Ghanaians to be grateful to God for the peaceful election; adding that it was by grace that Ghana remained the beacon of hope for Africa.

“It is better for one party to lose than for Ghana to be at war. Today, everybody is singing onaapo. Thank God that He made a way, where there seems to be no way,” he said.

Dr Tetteh explained that to be able to excel in life, one should have a heart full of gratitude to God and should never forget of one’s humble beginning.

“Don’t forget of your God and friends, who might have helped you,” Dr Tetteh, who is also the President of the Worldwide Miracle Outreach Ministry stated.

Dr Tetteh offered prayers for President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo and his team of ministers and the leadership of the various political parties.

He also prayed for Mrs Osei and her team of staff, and former Presidents Jerry John Rawlings, John Agyekum Kufuor, and John Dramani Mahama.

It would be recalled that before the 2016 general election, Dr Tetteh led the EC staff to pray for peaceful election.

Mrs Osei expressed gratitude to God for ensuring a peaceful and successful general election; stating that “We thank God for everything”.

She praised her team and staff for their sacrifices and hard work, which had enabled the Commission to chalk so many successes over the years in the conduct of elections.
 
 
Source: GNA
 
 

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