Evergreen Gospel musicians, Daughters of Glorious Jesus and sensational worship singer, Uncle Ato are set to headline this year’s edition of the ADB Bank’s Thanksgiving Service.
The event—scheduled for Sunday, February 2, 2020—will take place concurrently in Accra and Kumasi with a Muslim prayer preceding the Interdenominational Thanksgiving Service.
Commenting on the event, the Managing Director of the Bank, Dr John Kofi Mensah, said it will bring together the board, management, staff members, customers and all well-wishers of the bank to give thanks to God for a successful 2019 and pray for more favour in 2020.
“We must thank God for all the good things He did for the Bank, especially in the past two and half years since I was appointed the Managing Director,” he said.
Dr Kofi Mensah added that unlike previous years when the event was centralised, this year’s Thanksgiving will also be held concurrently in Kumasi for staff and customers in Ashanti, Brong Ahafo and three Northern Regions.
He further said preceding the Interdenominational thanksgiving service on Sunday will be a Muslim prayer event by management and staff at the Cantonments Police Mosque on Friday, January 31.
Dr Kofi Mensah revealed that the event will also be graced by Reverend Minister Edwin Langmer of the Kingdom Power Family International as the Guest Preacher.
According to the Managing Director, showing gratitude to God opens more doors for success.
“Considering the numerous challenges that confronted the Bank some years ago, it is just necessary we give thanks to God for protecting the ADB brand and soaring us to higher heights the past two years and a half,” he said.
Speaking on behalf of the Daughters of Glorious Jesus, Cynthia Agyare Appiadu expressed their gratitude to the management of the Bank for inviting them to worship and perform at the Thanksgiving Service.
“We wish to assure the ADB family that we will make the occasion a memorable one for all,” she said.—Myjoyonline.com