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Lady Reverend Emily Wulff-Cochrane, President of Emily Wulff-Cochrane Ministry, has called on Ghanaians to promote peace and unity to ensure national development.

She said for every nation to developed, there was the need for the citizenry to come together and champion the cause of unity in all spheres of life.

Lady Rev. Wulff-Cochrane made the call at the opening of a conference on the theme; “Emotional Chiropractic - My Mood, My Matter” at Sakumono near Tema on Wednesday.

It was aimed at praying for peace, unity and stability for the nation and also offering instant healing to the sick, the afflicted and giving hope to the hopeless.

Lady Rev. Wulff-Cochrane said people were not succeeding in life because they were emotionally frustrated and, therefore, charged them to have confidence in the Lord God Almighty at all times.

She said; “Disordered mood resulted from disconnection from Christ,’’ adding that emotions such as malice, envy and selfish ambition did not promote unity.

Rev. Wulff-Cochrane charged the participants to devote their body, soul and mind to God to enable them to succeed in life.

She said her ministry was in the process of acquiring a land to put up a school, a hospital and counselling centre to cater for the educational, health and spiritual needs of the poor and the needy.

The Rev. Vincent Tagoe, General Overseer of Dynamic Word Ministry, advised drivers to desist from driving under the influence of alcohol to save life and property during the Christmas festivities.

Bishop Dr. Moris Dei Asante, General Overseer of Abundant Life Family Church, urged Ghanaians to observe environmental cleanliness at all times.

Dr Philip Kommey, a Medical Director of Korle-Bu Teaching Hospital, advised Ghanaians to take their bath at least two times a day as it would ensure a strong body to promote productivity.
Source: GNA

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