Nyamekye, the Chairman of the Church of Pentecost, has expressed worry about
the high level of politicisation of issues of national interest which has
resulted in a
division among some political actors over the referendum.
He bemoaned the situation had led to high level of indiscipline among some young politicians and cautioned that it could trickle down to the youth and affect the democratic dispensation and good governance.
Nyamekye expressed the sentiment when the church donated a mini-bus to the
leadership of the church in Bolgatanga in the Upper East Region aimed at
enhancing the activities of the evangelical team of the church to win more
souls through effective and efficient evangelism.
Visits, follow up, counseling and nurturing of new converts and backsliders are other spots where the evangelical team of the church operated to raise good young men and women to take up leadership positions in the church and in the country.
Expressing misgivings about the high level of indiscipline among young politicians in the country, Apostle Nyamekye described the ongoing mixed reactions about the upcoming referendum and the district level elections as unfortunate and was hopeful the issues would be resolved before the exercises took place to avoid chaotic situation before, during and after the elections.
He noted that the Church of Pentecost in the Upper East Region had over the years grown from strength to strength, which must reflect in our body politic so as to strengthen democracy, good governance and the rule of law. -gbcghanaonline.com