‘Adopt positive attitude to eradicate corruption’

Ghanaians have been urged not to be defensive about corruption, but should instead adopt a positive attitude towards identifying, minimising and possibly, eradicating the canker.

Reverend (Dr.) J. K. Amoh, Founder and Leader of the Hand for Christ Mission International, was delivering a sermon at an intercession programme, on the theme: ‘God bless our country – Ghana’, at Akim Nsutam in the Fanteakwa District of the Eastern Region.

He led about 180 Christians to pray for the President and his vice, ministers of state, parliamentarians, the sick and the nation and also prayed for peace and tranquillity for the realisation of the development of the country.

According to him, the culture of violence and impunity retarded the nation’s growth and called on the Christian youth in the country to guard against immoral behaviour and persistent acts of indiscipline, as they risked compromising their future.

Rev Amoh pledged the congregation’s unflinching co-operation for political leaders who were working expeditiously, to help improve the people’s lifestyle and enhance the socio-economic progress of the country.

He advised the government to do all it could to address the concerns that were dear to the hearts of the people. -GNA

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