The National Democratic Congress,NDC, has been in the news for their rejection of the Electoral Commissioner's declaration of the 2020 results.
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The family of the NDC's presidential candidate, John Dramani Mahama and his running mate, Professor Naana Jane Opoku-Agyemang went to church to seek the face of God, despite their trying times.
YEN.com.gh has sighted photos of both families joined the Ringway Assemblies of God Church for fellowship on Sunday, December 13, 2020.
Alluding to Proverbs 16:20, which states that, "He that handles a matter wisely shall find good: and whoever trusts in the LORD, happy is he. Proverbs 16:20'' implies that his team is handling the lose and EC's declaration wisely.
1. Mahama in a tete-a-tete with his wife, Lordina Mahama
2.Mahama addressing the congregation with Naana looking on.
3. Professor Nasna Jane addressing the congregation with her family looking on.
The photo of both families in the house of God have drawn a lot of reactions.
Elikem Kotoko said the people who were victorious did not go to church.
The people who even claim victory have not been to Church to thank their Cathedral God oo, Edefu lo.
Richard Pacific Agbleta believes he who waits upon the Lord will renew their strengths.
He who waits upon the Lord shall renew their strength Mr. President. You forever remain a role model and inspiration to me sir, I LOVE you always.
If it's about you alone, l know Ghana will forever remain peaceful but unfortunately some people around you aren't giving you good advice though.
Nana Buzz says he is an encouragement to many
you should be extremely proud of yourself. you are an encouragement to the Youth, your confidence level undoubtedly Super. you’ve made tremendous gains, The Love from the people of Ghana remains Super.
In other news, the General Overseer of the Perez Chapel, Bishop Charles Agyin-Asare has urged former president John Mahama to choose peace over chaos as he contest the results of the just ended elections.
Addressing congregants in a service this morning, the presiding Bishop referred the NDC’s candidate to the election petition at the Supreme Court in 2008, calling on him to learn lessons from its implications.
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