By Judy van Aardt
On Saturday June 11 ACDP leader Rev Kenneth Meshoe addressed an impromptu meeting in the East London home of Frans and Judy van Aardt who gathered about 35 people at short notice after learning that Meshoe was visiting their on a local government election campaigning road trip in the Eastern Cape.
A group of intercessors have been meeting in the home weekly since the 90s to pray for the ACDP and South Africa.
Meshoe, who was accompanied by members of the Eastern Cape Provincial Executive Committee, expressed gratitude for the prayer and encouraged the group to keep it up. He said that he’s not getting any younger and he wants to see a Godly government in place before he goes.
During his talk Meshoe said it was imperative for Christians to vote for their values and to support God’s voice in Parliament.
Meshoe and his entourage have held meetings at several venues, including house gatherings, and engaged hundreds of people in suburbs, business centers, informal settlements, and spaza shops, the party reports on the Ndlambe branch’s Facebook page.
Members of the East London Christian Bikers Club en route to Grahamstown prayed with Meshoe and promised their support.
The Eastern Cape campaign visit will finish in Queenstown on Sunday.