21st May 2024

John Boadu, General Secretary of the NPP

The governing New Patriotic Party (NPP) has asked Christians to intensify their prayers for God’s intervention in the fight against the novel coronavirus pandemic.

The NPP says even though it believes in the laudable measures being rolled out by President Akufo-Addo and his government in the fight against the pandemic, “it shall also take God’s intervention to overcome this global health crisis”.

This was contained in the party’s Easter message signed by John Boadu, the General Secretary.

“In the light of this, even as we call on our countrymen and women to continue to make life-saving sacrifices by strictly observing the various health protocols needed to stave off this pandemic, the NPP also calls on Christians in particular to use the occasion of Easter to intensify their prayers and other supplications to God for divinity to find favour with the world in these trying times,” the NPP said.

Making sacrifices

The party also called on Christians to take a cue from the “sacrifices of our Lord Jesus Christ by committing themselves to making sacrifices for the underprivileged in society by making generous contributions to them especially in this period of heightened restrictions and lockdowns.”

“We should also use this occasion to reflect and revive our commitment to the cause of national development,” the party added.

The party expressed confidence “that with the kind of commitment being shown by the government of President Akufo-Addo and the overwhelming support the government is receiving from the Ghanaian people, sooner than later, Ghana will defeat this deadly virus.”

“Indeed, as we always say, this too, shall pass to the glory of God and country,” the party added.

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