According to him, as parents, their role in moulding peaceful and law abiding children was non-negotiable.
Speaking at this year’s Harvest Church Service of the Evangelical Presbyterian Church, Nazareth Congregation, Russia, in Accra, Mr. Amoo said there was the need for Ghana to come out of the elections more united.
He said the country had demonstrated commitment to democracy and should do everything possible to preserve it for sustainable development.
The harvest, held on the theme, ‘Honour the Lord with your wealth and with the best part of everything you produce’ was to raise funds to build a Mission House for the resident pastor, the catechist and other essential staff of the church.
On the need for assisting the church, Mr. Amoo said providing the target groups with accommodation would make them have the peace of mind to spread the gospel of God.
As part of his contribution to the harvest, Mr. Amoo donated 100 bags of cement towards the project.
Alhaji Haruna Alidu, the parliamentary candidate of the National Democratic Congress for the Ablekuma Central Constituency, also made an undisclosed donation to the church.
By Joyce Korda