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Mission Africa holds prayer session to mark AU day

Accra, May 25, GNA – Mission Africa Incorporated, in collaboration with Parliament and the Ghana Broadcasting Corporation (GBC), has held a prayer empowerment conference in commemoration of the Africa Union day in Accra.

The event on the theme: ‘Let’s Make Africa Great Again,’ brought together religious bodies in the country, including Christian and Muslim youth organisations to praise and worship God for Africa’s existence.

The congregation prayed for women in politics, technology and innovations for employment, the President and his Cabinet, educational systems, the media, job creation and for good environmental care.

The prayer sessions were spearheaded by Reverend Dr Joyce Aryee, Founder of Light and Salt Ministry, Dr Osei Darkwa, President of the Ghana Technology University College, Dr Andrew Ewool, from SDA Church and Apostle Peter Okoe Mankralo of the Apostolic Church of Ghana.

Dr Kodjoe Sumney, Founder of Mission Africa Incorporation, said the conference was to raise economic, political and spiritual leaders to complete the unification of Africa, empower the youth to engage in employable technical and vocational skills.

He said the session was also to promote innovation, technology, scientific invention for job creation as well as partner in loyalty for economic independence and development of Africa.

Ms Doris Kuwornu, Executive Director of Corporate Affairs for GBC, said the conference provided opportunities to pray to God to direct Africa in the protection of its natural resources.

‘Africa is blessed with the needed natural resources and as such there is the need to protect these resources for future generations to enhance national development’, she added.

She called for attitudinal change and urge African’s to use all its weapons at his disposal to prayer and change the fortune of the continent for proper direction.

GNA

By Kodjo Adams, GNA