Head Pastor of Assemblies of God Church, Omega House Chapel, Koforidua, Rev. Albert Asihene Ajaquarh, has called for Christians to seek the face of God for the socio-economic development of the nation.

According to the renowned Prophet, the people of God should be expectant of the restoration of a lot of things that were saddled in the immediate past year.

In his new year’s sermon at the Koforidua Jackson Park, the Minister said there will be a lot of relief, should people commit their lives to Christ.

“We know God has started something new, last year was a bit of pain because we lost a lot of things but let’s believe God for restoration. So 2021 Ghana should see restoration and the best is yet to come for all of us to enjoy if we commit ourselves to Christ.”

Rev. Asihene Ajaquarh also prayed for a peaceful Ghana, assuring that the country will come out of the controversies surrounding the 2020 election results as a united people.

“We were all praying for a peaceful election and the law has to take its own course.

“Even though there were predictions and what God has done, if there are uncertainties, there’s the need for one to also prove his or her might but we are believing God that at the end of the day the best will be for Ghanaians and we will all settle well in peace,” he said.