Govt urged to adopt ‘moral vision’

Apostle Dr. Kyei  addressing participants at the retreat.

Apostle Dr. Kyei addressing participants at the retreat.

Clergyman has urged the government and leaders of the country to as a matter of urgency adopt a ‘moral vision’ strategy, to help transform all sectors of society towards national development.

Apostle Dr. Peter Kyei of the International Leadership Foundation (ILF), explained that a ‘moral vision,’ “provides a picture of what a community, institution or country would want to become in the future.”

Apostle Dr. Kyei made the call at the Global Evangelical Church Pastors and Spouses’ Association 2016 June four-day retreat, on the theme: “Striving for excellence in the Kingdom business” at Ho, the Volta Regional capital.

He said: “Kenya has adopted the strategy and the results are there for all to see, and I entreat our leaders to follow it immediately.”

Apostle Dr. Kyei explained that “human resource is the most important asset of every nation,” stressing that development should not only address infrastructural needs of society, but also seek the welfare of the people.

He appealed to Ghanaians to uphold moral values and trust in God, the greatest force in the universe.

Apostle Dr. Kyei said society can strive on the “sacredness of human life, positive self identity, personal and public integrity, responsible interdependence, freedom, justice dignity of labour”.

Rev. Dr. Nyuieko Avotri, first vice president of the association, said the retreat afforded participants the opportunity to relate with the right people to acquire knowledge and experience.

He advised the pastors and their spouses to strive for excellence in every sphere of their lives and to adopt new ways of leading their congregations.

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