Reverend Emmanuel Kwabena Mustapha Founder and Executive Director of Missions Resource Centre Yendi has called on Ghanaians to eschew corruption for sustainable economic growth of the nation.
He indicated that there was the need for Ghanaians to be law abiding citizens and be willing to sacrifice and serve faithfully to combat things that brought setbacks such as; corruption, illegal mining and be willing to commit themselves to hard work.
Rev. Mustapha made the call when he delivered a Christmas message to Ghanaians at Ditney Baptist Church Ghana, Baptist Convention at Yendi Municipality.
He called on all to appreciate government’s Free Senior High School policy and work together as Ghanaians from top to the bottom to play their role to make it successful.
He reminded Christians and Ghanaians as a whole that as they take stock of the year 2017 and thanking God for what he had done, they should realise that Christmas was a special time to remember the birth of Jesus Christ.
He therefore called on all Christians and Ghanaians to emulate that unconditional love towards one another so that they could live in peace and unity and rely on unlimited power of God to work together to fight their common enemy-poverty.
He urged them to rely on the power of Holy Spirit and realise the promise of God that come to them through Jesus Christ whom they are celebrating his Birth Day to bring transformation into their lives and in their communities.
They used the service to pray for peace, unity and love among the leaders of the state and Ghanaians as a whole and urged Ghanaians not to take the peace the nation was enjoying for granted but should to pray to God to continue to maintain the peace for all