President Nana Akufo-Addo has been spotted kneeling in prayer at the St. Cyprian Anglican Church in Kumasi.
The president, who is currently on a 3 day working visit in the Ashanti Regional capital, visited the St. Cyprian Anglican Church to fellowship with them.
Speaking to the congregation, Nana Addo made an appeal for prayers to help him fulfill his campaign promises.
It is a rare occurrence for high profile person, especially politicians to be captured kneeling at public places as some assert that they are not humble.
The president, who is known to be in the Christian faith, last month cut sod for the construction of a national cathedral as part of Ghana 60th anniversary.
The non-denomination cathedral, when completed, will hosts important religious events in the country.
Former head of the Methodist church, Rev. Asante Antwi has been appointed by the president to head the board of trustees to oversee the completion of the project with Catholic Archbishop Charles Palmer-Buckle as his Vice.
Other members of the board include Archbishop Nicholas Duncan-Williams, Rev. Kusi Boateng, Professor Emmanuel Martey, Bishop Dag Heward-Mills, Dr. Mensah Otabil and Dr. Joyce Aryee.