Apostle Francis Amoako Attah Calls for Prayers for BECE Candidates and Future Generations

Apostle Francis Amoako Attah, Founder and Leader of Parliament Chapel International (PCI), has called for fervent prayers for Ghanaian children writing their Basic Education Certificate Examination (BECE).

He urged parents to rise and pray for the next generation and those to come.

Speaking on Angel FM, Apostle Attah highlighted the current challenges facing Africa, particularly concerning the youth who are regarded as future leaders.

He expressed concern about BECE candidates allegedly accessing examination papers on their phones, questioning the direction of the current generation.

“Where are we going with this generation?” he asked.

Citing scripture from Matthew 2:16, Apostle Attah drew parallels between the biblical lamentations of Rachel and the need for the nation and women to pray for the future generation.

He emphasized, “It is time for Rachels to rise up, pray, and cry to the Lord to save the future generation.”

He also referenced Daniel 1:3, noting the potential of young leaders.

He lamented that in Africa, youth who will become future leaders often face inadequate conditions, such as writing exams on the floor, while older individuals enjoy luxury.

“We need leaders who will not trade the future of the youth but build the young ones to take over as responsible leaders in the future,” Apostle Attah stated.

His call to action underscores the importance of supporting and guiding the youth to ensure a better future for the continent.

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