The National Intercessors Assembly (NIA) is a non-denominational Christian Prayer Network that assembles intercessors from all tertiary institutions in Ghana to intercede for the country.
Since its inception in 2001, thousands of people have been gathering at one tertiary institution to the other for the agenda of praying for the nation.
This year isn’t any exception, even in the midst of COVID-19. It promises to be virtual. 2020 edition of the NIA is in collaboration with Royalhouse Chapel Students and Associates (ROSA). Which will be held at Royalhouse Chapel International (Ahenfie), on November 7th. 10 am to 1 pm.
It’s a pure 180 minutes of prayer, for the nation’s peace, stability and prosperity, youth and economic development.
NIA over the years has had mighty men of God passing through. With the likes of Archbishop Nicholas Duncan Williams, Bishop James Saah, Rev Dr Ampiah Kwoffie, Rev Markwei and many others.
This year’s edition is being led by the Apostle General Sam Korankye-Ankrah, of the Royalhouse Chapel International.