The National Democratic Congress (NDC) Volta Regional branch on Sunday ended a three-day fasting and prayer session to mark the start of the electioneering and political activities for 2020.
Party national and district executives and some parliamentarians attended the Muslim prayers at the Old Zongo Mosque at Ho Workers Estate on Friday.
They also worshiped the Xorla Seventh Day Adventist Church before climaxing at the Winners Chapel International in Ho Dome with Sunday worships.
James Gunu, the Regional Secretary of the party, said the spiritual activity was to seek the face of God ahead of the December general election.
George Loh, the Volta Regional Vice Chairman of the NDC, said the exercise had cleared all barriers for the party to win the December polls.
“It is good we are here at the Winners Chapel because we are winning this year’s elections. 2020 is indeed a year of breaking limits and enough is enough for the challenges facing Ghana. We are breaking those limits for victory in 2020,” he said.
Prior to, during and after the elections, the church prayed for total peace for Ghana.