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2024 election: SDA Church wants date change, proposed to Gov’t

The Ghana Seventh day Adventist Church, SDA is suggesting to the government to if possible reschedule the date of 2024 general elections.

The country’s December 7, 2024 Presidential and Parliamentary elections fall on Saturday which is a Sabbath day for the Adventists.

Speaking with newsmen the first Elder and anniversary committee chairman of the Bantama SDA Church, Elder Bright Asare-Boadi said the crushed of their Sabbath and election date have become a constraint for the church as most of the members could not exercise their franchise.

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Elder Bright Asare-Boadi said this during an organized games competition among the members as part of the Church’s 50th anniversary celebration on Sunday.

Among the games competed were, lude, “pick and act”, “dame”, soccer and Bible sword drill.

Elder Bright Asare-Boadi explaining the rationale behind their 50th anniversary of the Bantama SDA Church admonished the general public to adopt frequent exercise to improve their health life.

story by Rexkin Ohene Boateng

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