Ramaphosa joins worshippers of all faiths to pray for unity in SA

Ramaphosa joins worshippers of all faiths to pray for unity in SA

With tensions on the rise in South Africa over the expropriation of land without compensation and a divided ruling party, worshippers of all faith groups decided it was time to pray for unity.

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On Sunday, 25 October 2018, people of all religious backgrounds came together at the FNB Stadium to pray for South Africa.

One of the key points at the National Prayer Day was unity. Thousands of people, including members of the ZCC church, bowed their heads in prayer for South Africa.

According to Eyewitness News, Muslim, Jewish and Hindu leaders addressed the crowds and some notable figures also attended the prayer meeting.

Briefly.co.za gather South African head of state, Cyril Ramaphosa, and his wife were amongst those to attend the National Prayer Day.

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@MYANC shared a video of the South African president sharing his thoughts on the importance of the faith groups coming together to pray for the country.

"President @CyrilRamaphosa speaks about the importance of this gathering when people from different religious backgrounds gathered to pray for our country. #NationalDayofPrayer," the video was captioned.

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The prayer day was a massive success, with thousands of people, who hail from various religious backgrounds, came together. So, Briefly.co.za gathered some of the most breathtaking photos of the National Prayer Day.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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