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28.03.2016 Social News

Politicians urged to put premium on collective good of society

Politicians urged to put premium on collective good of society
LISTEN MAR 28, 2016

Koforidua, March 28, GNA - Political parties and their supporters have been asked not to allow the quest for power to get the better of them to plunge the country into turmoil.

Apostle Eric Nyamekye, the Koforidua Area Head of the Church of Pentecost, said they must put the nation ahead of self-serving agenda, comfort and convenience.

'The peace of the country could not be compromised. Ghana should continue to enjoy peace after the election in November.'

Apostle Nyamekye was delivering the sermon at a service to wind down a four-day convention held by the church in Koforidua.

'Jesus Christ, the only savior of the world' was the theme and it brought together more than 6,000 members of the church in the New-Juaben Municipality.

He rallied Christians to expose charlatans, parading as 'Prophets of God', who were taking advantage of the fear of insecurity of some innocent people to dupe them.

They should remain steadfast and to trust that 'God their father will always answer their prayers'.

Ms. Mavis Ama Frimpong, the Eastern Regional Minister, appealed to the people to work together to safeguard the nation's peace, unity and cohesion.

She counseled all to be mindful of the conduct and pronouncements as the political campaign gathered momentum.


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