Nana Addo on Sunday attended a thanksgiving service held at the Church for the New Patriotic Party's parliamentary candidate for the Tema West constituency, Carlos Ahenkorah.
Accompanied by National Women's Organiser, Otiko Afisa Djaba; his Political Assistant, Francis Asenso-Boakye; and his Press Secretary, Eugene Arhin, Nana Akufo-Addo, the NPP flagbearer, was given a rousing ovation by the congregation, as he made his way into the church’s auditorium.
Rev. Brewu asked God for an "excellent eyesight" for Nana Akufo-Addo, so he is able to discern, and have around him persons who are credible and have integrity, and those whose ways are guided by the life of Jesus Christ.
On the widespread corruption confronting the nation, Rev. Blewu noted that he was comforted by Nana the NPP flagbearer's strong statement that he is seeking office not because he wants to enrich himself but rather to build a prosperous nation.
"Nana, your life should be like salt of the earth so you can influence society", he said, stressing that "the corruption in the country is too much. To all those who have stolen money from the country's coffers, God will punish them."
He continued, "We pray that God-willing, next year, there will be a new Head of State in Ghana, because the country is suffering.”
To Carlos Ahenkorah, Rev. Brewu noted that his first point of call, being the Church, after his victory was a step in the right direction.
"However, when you leave the House of God, don't go before any idol. If you do, God's wrath will be visited on you," he said.