- Bishop of the Koforidua Diocese of the Anglican Church, Right Reverend Francis Benjamin Quashie, has called on electorates to reject politicians whose activities create division among Ghanaians.
He said it was not enough to just listen to what politicians preached, but to watch them closely and analyse their actions beyond the speeches on the platform.
Bishop Quashie said this when a GH¢100,000 new Church building called Kyebi St. Mark's Anglican Church at Kyebi, was consecrated and dedicated on Sunday.
The principal celebrant of the service was the Most Rev. Dr. Robert G. A. Okine, Archbishop (retired) of the Province of West Africa.
Bishop Quashie said the first thing in life was not to seek personal wealth, but to seek the face of God in everything one does and with that, God in his own wisdom and through many ways would bless one with riches.
He expressed the appreciation of the Anglican Church to the members of Kyebi St Mark's Anglican Church and many others, who supported them to put up the new building.
Rev. Fr. Robert O. Ankrah, Minister-in-charge of the Kyebi Parish of the Church, said the new building started in 1999 but was redesigned in 2004, after a technical evaluation.