Archbishop Nicholas Duncan-Williams, the founder and general overseer of Action Chapel International, has announced that he will organise a memorial and prayer service in honour of the late Former President of Ghana, Jerry John Rawlings.
This was recorded in a tribute written by the Archbishop in memory of the late Former President.
The memorial and prayer service will be held at the Prayer Cathedral, Spintex Road, Accra from 12 noon to 1 pm on Monday, November 16, 2020. The service will also be streamed on Facebook live on ArchbishopNick.
“I respectfully ask that in memory of the Late President Jerry John Rawlings that you join me and the Action Chapel network of churches worldwide, in a day of memorial and corporate prayer on Monday. 16th November from 12 noon to 1 pm GMT (7am EST) at the Prayer Cathedral, Spintex Road, Accra or you can join us online on Facebook Live on ArchbishopNick,” the statement read.
Archbishop Nicholas Duncan-Williams also paid tribute to the late Jerry John Rawlings, and urged Ghanaians to unite and put Ghana first as the Former President did.
“I will remember him for putting Ghana first,” Duncan-Williams said.
He added: “Now is the time to focus on the good that he did and the contributions he made, to extend forgiveness and grace where he missed it. He himself had some deep regrets. The best contribution we can all make to his legacy is to unite as Ghanaians and put country first: to build together as citizens of a community rather than divided peoples of parties and tribes. We should care less about self-enlargement and the things that divide us, as he did.”
Read the full tribute below:
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