21 days of national prayer and fasting ends today

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Pastor Francis A.M. Mambu

Twenty-one prophetic trumpet blasts at the Siaka Stevens stadium, on Syke Street, Brookfields, Freetown, will mark the end of the twenty-one days of national prayer and fasting, tonight, Friday, February 22nd 2019. This exercise was organised by the Body of Christ-SL, comprising over one-hundred and fifty churches from various denominations, in collaboration with the Revival Labour Prayer Group.
The essence of the prayer and fasting is to seek God for the ‘restoration of the nation’s glory, economic recovery, good governance and sustenance of the hard-earned peace, through repentance and pulling down of strongholds believed to be seated on the nation’s destiny’.
Being a national event over the years, the twenty one days of effective prayer and fasting yearly, commenced on February 1st and ends today, February 21st. Throughout the twenty one days, prayers were held three times daily on Redeemer Radio Network (RRN); in individual homes, and various churches across the country; ministered by the General Overseer of Faith Healing Bible Church-worldwide, Pastor Francis A.M Mambu-the architect behind the annual national event.
This year’s prayer and fasting brought together tens of thousands of citizens and noncitizens at the Siaka Stevens stadium, as part of the Worship Night, which starts at 8pm on Friday to dawn, an event that envelopes each year’s session; coinciding with a political turmoil that is coupled with three commissions of inquiries set up by the Sierra Leone People’s Party-led government, to investigate allegations of corruption on members of the former ruling All Peoples Congress Party, who have threatened to boycott the inquiries, describing them as kangaroo courts, for what the opposition party refers to as “inconsistent rules of evidence”.
Pastor Francis A.M Mambu says the Lord has ministered to him that strange minerals will soon be discovered in some parts of the country known for poverty, “and I am pretty sure that Sierra Leone will soon regain its glory, as many people would be coming to admire how we came about doing it as a nation”, he prophesied.

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