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15-Feb-2010  
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Reverend Seth Baah, General Overseer of the Praise Chapel International in the United Kingdom has called on Ghanaians to exhibit a high level of unity and tolerance to ensure national development.

He said it was only through unity of purpose and the zeal to serve one's nation that can turn Ghana into a place of peace and prosperity.

Rev. Baah made the call at the inauguration of the Men's Ministry of the Adenta branch of the Action Chapel International at Adenta near Accra on Sunday.

The Ministry has Mr. Emmanuel Obeng as Chairman, Mr. Frank Ofori-Addo, Coordinator, Mr. Kojo Ofori, Organizer, Mr. Edward Salami, and Mr. Fred Smart-Abbey and Mr. Anim Asare as Patrons.

The General Overseer urged Ghanaians to have compassion on the under-privileged in society and help them to become productive citizens to help build the nation.

He advised religious leaders to lead exemplary lives as they lead the crusade to win more souls for Christ.

Rev. Baah expressed the hope that the ministry would do everything possible to support the development and promotion of the church.

Rev. Bishop James Saah, Senior Bishop of the Action Chapel International, urged Christians to open a new chapter by refraining from acts which hinder national development.

He said Christians would be doing disservice to the nation if they did not allow the teachings of Jesus Christ to reflect in their daily lives.
 
 
Source: GNA
 
 

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