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Alive Chapel International to hold services online to help reduce the spread of Covid-19

Alive Chapel International to hold services online to help reduce the spread of Covid-19

The Founder and General Overseer of Alive Chapel International Arch Bishop Elisha Salifu Amoako has asked the Christian fraternity to support President Akufo Addo’s directive to prevent further spread of the novel Corona virus.

Arch Bishop Salifu Amoako who was preaching to his congregants urged the charismatic and Pentecostal councils to throw their weight behind the President.

“This sickness is a demonic disease, all of us should therefore support the President directives. These are some of the signs of the end times, Demonic attacks.We should pray to God for his Divine protection for the nation because the country belongs to God. He added.”

He also urged the leadership of the moslem community to also adopt the online prayers to avoid the virus spreading among them.

The Alive Chapel International will hold services online until a decision is taken by government for churches to converge for their usual church activities

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