Ghana: First Lady lauds Women Aglow unifying spirit

Ghana: First Lady lauds Women Aglow unifying spirit
Mrs Lordina Mahama

Mrs Lordina Mahama First Lady of Ghana

(Ghana News Agency) Mrs Lordina Mahama, First Lady has commended the Women Aglow International-Ghana for frequently organising intercessory prayers geared towards unifying Ghanaians towards national welfare and progress.

Mrs Mahama said: “I commend you for showing love and commitment to stability and peace towards the progress of our nation

” I urge you to continue to pray for divine intervention and direction for the leadership of the nation,” she said.

The first lady made the commendation in a speech read on her behalf, during the Mid-year National Prayer Meeting of Women Aglow.

Mrs Mahama urged the women to use the unique platform to forge closer ties with one another to promote national unity, understanding and peace for development.

She said, as role models, their beliefs should reflect in their daily lives to help reduce the upsurge of social vices.

The first lady also comforted the victims of the recent market outbreaks, saying “I console colleagues and daughters who lost their wares and source of livelihood as a result of upsurge in market fire outbreaks.”

She appealed to all and sundry to pay heed to the advice offered by fire experts, to prevent the recurrence of such disasters.

Mrs Dorothy Danso, President of Women Aglow, called on Ghanaians to be guided by love, peace and understanding to build a prosperous nation for the younger generation.

She said Ghana is blessed with abundance food and resources and that calls for intercessory prayers for continuous protection and guidance from God.

The women displayed assorted fruits and vegetables to signify that Ghana is a blessed nation; hence the need to show appreciation to Him.

Women, men and children clad mostly in white attire, and wavering white handkerchiefs and national flags, sang praises to thank God for the blessings bestowed on Ghana.

Various ethnic groups displayed their unique traditional dance and staff of symbol of authority.

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