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01.11.2005 Regional News

New executives of Men's fellowship inducted into office

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Breman Asikuma (C/R), Nov.1, GNA - Reverend Emmanuel Aboranomah Nyarkoh-Nti, Pastor in-charge of the Breman Asikuma Presbyterian Church, has urged parents and guardians to educate their children especially girls.

He said this would enable the country have more qualified and knowledgeable women to assist in national development. Rev. Nyarkoh-Nti was delivering the sermon at a service to induct new executives of Central Presbytery of the Church Choirs Union and Men's Fellowship at Breman Asikuma.

He advised them to refrain from spending time and money on material wealth but concentrate on the educating their children to become better future leaders of the country.

Rev. Nyarkoh-Nti appealed to the congregation to keep clean environment to avoid an outbreak of an epidemic in the area. Rev. Kwesi Agyibirikorang, Central Presbytery Chairman of the Church who inducted the executives into office, stressed the need to dedicate themselves to activities of the church and society. Mr. Noah Safo-Kyere, was elected President of the Choir Union, Mr. M. O. Frimpong, Vice President, Mr. Michael K. Dekiel, Secretary and Ms. Julian Badu Treasurer.

Mr. Charles M. Kumi, was elected President of the Men's Fellowship, Mr. A. J. K. Siaw, Vice President, Mr. N. Y. Asare-Obeng, Secretary and Mr. E. Y. Owusu Treasurer.