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01.04.2004 General News

Avoid utterances that can bring animosity

By GNA
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Kumasi, March 31, GNA- Political leaders have been advised against making utterances and statements that were likely to mar the cordial relationship between Ghana and her neighbours. Reverend Joseph K. Gyimah, Founder of the True Light of Christ church gave the advice in an interview with the Ghana News Agency at Abrepo, a suburb of Kumasi, on Wednesday, about the benefits neighbouring countries could bring to Ghana.

He said the peace and stability the country enjoys today, was partly due to the cordial relationship that existed between her and the neighbouring countries some years ago. Rev. Gyimah noted that some developing countries, which were engulfed in communal conflicts had bad relations with countries surrounding them".

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