“I am believing God that, from tonight 31st December 2018 that, for every Ghanaian, that God will begin to turn our captivity. That word captivity means to be in exile or a prisoner and when we say, God has turned our captivity, it means God has returned us to our former state of prosperity and blessing”.
“And I believe God that, in our homes, our churches, our businesses and especially for the nation Ghana, continent of Africa and the world globally, that God will turn our captivity. We have gone into emotional exile, intellectual exile, moral exile, financial exile and exile even in our development, but may God turn our captivity including spiritual captivity”.
“I pray for our nation, every Ghanaian especially the vulnerable who have gone into various forms of hardships and difficulties that may God turn our captivity as a nation and as a people”.
Vice President Dr. Alhaji Mahamudu Bawumia, who joined the Christian community in the region for the ‘crossover’ night, urged Christians “to pray for peace, unity, and prosperity as we enter 2019.”