Accra, Nov.10, GNA - The Machaira Pneuma Foundation (MPF), a Christian-based Non-governmental Organisation on Wednesday announced that it would hold a National Repentance Day for election 2004 in Accra on November 13 at the National Theatre in the morning.
It is expected to bring together Christians from different denominations as well as non-Christians to pray for the peace of the country in the run-up to the December elections.
Mr Peter Anamoh, Leader of the Pneuma Foundation told a press conference in Accra that the programme was also to bring all the leaders of the various political parties, heads of religious bodies, chiefs, and opinion leaders as well the public to pray so as to eliminate rancour and mistrust among the people.
He said God has a providential role for Ghana in respect to the continent of Africa due to its historical significance in the scheme of affairs.
There was compelling evidence to show that God wants to use "Ghana" as the gateway to reach his people in Africa. Mr Anamoh also said the day would be used to make intercessory prayers to God to cleanse the nation out of its traumatic experiences, beginning from the colonial time until this present day.