Prophet Jones Affum

Prophet Jones Affum

THE LEADER and Founder of City of Shiloh Prayer Ministry at Abonko in the Mfantseman Municipality of the Central Region, Prophet Jones Affum, aka Prophet Magrah has stressed the need for Ghanaians to depend on God for their problems to be solved.

He cited frequent power outages, shortage of gas and economic hardship as some of the problems which could easily be solved when they depended on God.

According to him, the people of Israel prayed and sought God?s intervention when they went into hardship and God answered them; hence the need for Ghanaians to hand over their problems to God.

?This is the time for God to rescue his children from the hands of the devil, since Hannah needed a child and after praying to God, he was able to bless her with a child,? he added.

Speaking on the theme, ?Enough is enough? at the end of a 14-day prayer and fasting programme on Easter Sunday, Prophet Affum said nobody could change the destiny God has for Ghanaians, asking the nation to pray for wisdom for their leaders to rule the country as expected by God.

He underscored the need for Ghanaians not to put their trust in their leaders since they could disappoint them.

The leader and founder called for unity among Ghanaians to ensure total peace and tranquillity in the country.

Prophet Affum expressed concern about the problems confronting the nation even though God has blessed the country with a lot of natural resources and attributed these problems to the high rate of sins being committed by the people.

The church complex was filled to capacity, as hundreds of people from other regions joined to give thanks to God as part of the festivities.

The people danced, sung and praised God for not allowing the devil to destroy their lives.

In attendance were some big ministers of God from the country including Prophet Eliphaz Kuttin Ankrah.

 From Sarah Afful, Saltpond


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