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09.11.2005 Regional News

Pastor not happy with attitude of Ghanaians

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New Edubiase (Ash), Nov.9, GNA-A Minister of the Assemblies of God Church has attributed the inability of the country to develop to the attitude of Ghanaians towards national issues.

The Reverend Paul Owusu Boakye, New Edubiase District Pastor of the Assemblies of God Church who stated this said honesty had deserted many Ghanaians to the extent that it had affected the development of the country.

Speaking during a clean-up exercise at the New Edubiase Government hospital by the Men's Fellowship of the Miracle Assemblies of God Church, Rev. Boakye therefore, called for honesty and commitment by all to enable the country to move forward.

The clean-up formed part of activities lined up for the celebration of the National Men's Fellowship of the church. Mr. Samuel Kwadwo Appiah, a retired Principal Medical Assistant said the time had come for Christians to come out of their temples and practice what they teach and also listen as Christ did. He on behalf of the Adansi South District Health Directorate expressed gratitude to the church for the communal spirit and the love they showed and encourage other religious groups in the town to emulate the good example of the Men's Fellowship.

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