The annual Security Services National Day of Prayer has been held at GMPC in Burma Camp.
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The annual Security Services National Day of Prayer has been held on Thursday, 9 November 2023 at the Garrison Methodist Presbyterian Church (GMPC) in Burma Camp.

The event, which was themed ‘In Unity Lies Strength’, was aimed at bringing together personnel from different security services and backgrounds to pray for the peace and security of Ghana.

The Special Adviser to the President for The Accra Initiative and Grand Patron of the Ghana Military Christian Fellowship, His Excellency (HE) Major General Francis Adu Amanfoh (Rtd) emphasized on prayer as an important tool to shape the destiny of the country and urged personnel to pray fervently for the nation.

The Chief of Defense Staff (CDS), Vice Admiral Seth Amoama encouraged the congregation to ardently pray for smooth and successful elections in 2024. He reckoned that depending on human strength would not help, rather he encouraged everyone present to pray for divine direction and protection since was the key to success.

He indicated that all security personnel have been appointed as a watchman of the country. ‘Watchmen do not sleep but stay awake to alert the house on impending dangers and possibly deals with the danger’.

Vice Admiral Amoama charged all security personnel to be prayerful, vigilant, and avoid any act that could jeopardize the peace and security of the country; calling for unity towards the development Ghana.

The General Secretary of the Church of Pentecost, Apostle Samuel Gyau Obuobi stressed on  the power of unity since it was the surest way to overcome any circumstance. He urged all security personnel to come together because there is power in unity.

The Bible Society of Ghana presented 300 copies of 2024 daily devotional books to the personnel who graced the occasion.

The service was organized by the Ghana Military Christian Fellowship.