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We need to be grateful to God despite Covid, let's pray for a better 2021 - Dr Bawumia

By Mutala Yakubu
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Vice President Dr Mahamudu Bawumia has urged Ghanaians to pray for a better 2021.

The Vice President speaking on New Year's Eve at the Bantama Assemblies of God Church in Kumasi said Covid-19 wrecked things in Ghana but 2021 will be better.

According to him, God is the central point of every agenda and therefore urged all Ghanaians to continue to pray considering the challenges including the coronavirus that characterized happenings in the previous year.

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“We all know the difficulty encountered in 2020 with the coronavirus pandemic that led to the death of persons across the world and we are still here. There is the need for us to be grateful to God. We conducted an election which also ended in peace. We want peace in Ghana and whatever you do if the hand of God is not involved it would not be successful. As we go into 2021 let us pray to God to give us peace, unity and development for 2021”

Dr Bawumia spent the New Year Eve visiting a number of churches in the garden city including the Power Chapel Worldwide, St. Cyprian’s Anglican Cathedral and others where he asked for prayers for the country and on behalf of President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo sent his New Year wishes to the congregation.

Accompanied by his wife Samira Bawumia, the Vice President stated that it is through year the President can take the country to the Promised Land.