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31-Dec-2011  
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Though African governments and their citizens have been subjected to wicked powers and inhumanity over centuries, under the new order, they shall no more be slaves, beast of burden, or the source of cheap resources for developed nations, Brother Enoch Immanuel Agbozo, Leader of the Ghana Evangelical Society (GES), on Friday said.

“Africa’s sorrowful state of violence, wars and blood, barrenness and poverty, stagnation and desolation in the midst of plenty will soon be a matter of the past,” he predicted.

Brother Agbozo said this at the end of a three-day national redemption crusade dubbed: “Celebration of Divine Redemption” on the theme: “Redeem Israel, O God out of all their Troubles (Ps 25: 22)” in Accra.

He said the first two-days of the crusade addressed the causes and factors perpetuating barrenness, low-productivity, low-profitability, poverty and slow progress in Africa.

“Ghana has been delivered and redeemed from the spiritual and cultural forces, behavior patterns of evil, discord, negativity, low-productivity, poverty and stagnation,” he added.

According to Brother Agbozo, to achieve, maintain and sustain the new and golden era of Africa, Ministers of the Church and the State, traditional rulers, politicians in Ghana and Africa must denounce Satan, idolatry, blood sacrifices and open robbery and theft.

He said they must stop and remove the old traditional, religious and cultural ways of handling tribal and national affairs under the domain of Satan.

He called upon the Church and government to deliberate on God’s principles for growth and development.

“Ghana as a chosen nation and star of Africa must lead in the new heavenly order of peace, righteousness, justice and liberty, progress and prosperity…” he noted.

On the December 2012 general elections, Brother Agbozo called on political parties to seek peace and conduct decent campaigns devoid of insults.

He asked the citizenry to be civil in the conduct of their activities and to be tolerant towards each other in unity and harmony for the development of the nation.


 
 
 
Source: GNA
 
 

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