The former Deputy minister of Education but now the Member of Parliament for the good people of North Tongu constituency in the Volta Region, Honorable Samuel Okudzato Ablakwa has appeal to Ghanaians to remember the Right Honorable Kingsford Alban Bagbin in their prayers.
Honorable Samuel Okudzato Ablakwa made this statement on his official Facebook handle. According Okudzato Ablakwa, Ghanaians should use the Easter festivity to Pray for Honorable Alban Bagbin and the Chieftaincy Minister Honorable Kojo Kum for speedily recovery.
Honorable Samuel Okudzato Ablakwa further stated key problems that Ghanaians should pray for the intervention of God. Some of the key problems mentioned include, victims of Bawku conflict, families of Fulani killings, Ukrainian victims of war, Palestinians under attack, South Africa affected by deadly flood and speedily recovery for all including Right Honorable Kingsford Alban Bagbin and Chieftaincy Minister Honorable Kojo Kum.
With one accord as we celebrate the death and the resurrection of Christ, God will listen to the prayers we will offer.
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