Chief Executive Officer of Capital Bank Ghana, Reverend Fitzgerald Odonkor, has said the Ghanaian banking sector was experiencing exciting times and that the future was bright.
He, therefore, urged Ghanaians to continue to worship God in all situations since He alone provides and gives lasting victory.
Rev. Odonkor said this at a worship night to thank God, for seeing the bank through the first half of the year and to seek His blessings for the remaining half of the year.
Giving his remarks at the ‘Nite of Worship 2016’ held at the International Central Gospel Church Calvary Temple (ICGC), Rev. Odonkor said it was the hand of God that had steered the affairs of Capital Bank to its current position.
He added that the phenomenal growth had been driven by its faith in God, saying, “the financial intermediary is on course to become one of the best banks in Ghana.”
“The God factor is the most important. It is God who has pushed the bank to its present position in the banking sector. There is therefore the need to bless the Lord,” he emphasised.
Rev. Odonkor noted that “the worship of God is connecting to the supernatural. It is a way of thanksgiving and realisation of the supreme role of God in all things.”
Meanwhile, hundreds of gospel lovers who thronged the ICGC Calvary Temple, Sakumono in Accra, for the worship did not only have a fill of joy from the ministering artistes, but were also “soaked” in worship and praise of the maker.
Former lead singer for Soul Winners, Joe Mettle set the ICGC Calvary Temple Church auditorium alight with some scintillating and inspiring songs, while the Sword of Gibeon and Beautiful Melodeons from ICGC Calvary Temple, the melodious Chosen Vessels Choir from the University of Ghana and the dazzling Fragrance Choir from Capital Bank Ghana also showcased some fine gospel songs.
By Times Reporter