Thursday 23rd January, 2020
Kodie, (Ash), Jan.
23, GNA – Reverend Augustine Mensah, Minister in-charge of the Bethel Methodist
Church at Kodie in the Afigya-Kwabre South District, has counseled political
leaders to be selfless and serve their people with humility.
He said dedicated
service to the people in humility, would contribute immensely to putting the
nation on a path of progress and prosperity.
“The ability to
serve the people in truth and humility was the mark of a great leader”, he
Rev. Mensah was
speaking at a thanksgiving service organised by the Afigya-Kwabre South
constituency of the NPP at Kodie.
The aim was to
recognise blessing and protection of God throughout the year and seek His
gracious guidance for the entire membership of the Party and its victory in the
December 2020 elections.
Members also prayed
to God for peace, harmony and unity in the country before, during and after the
upcoming December elections.
Rev. Mensah said the
NPP needed faithful servants at all levels of its structure to work together
for the achievement of its goals as preparations got underway for the
He called for unity,
brotherliness and the humility to admit mistakes among party members, saying
that was the way to go to serve the interest of the Party.
Appiah, the Constituency’s Chairman of the Party stressed the need for absolute
peace in the Constituency to enable the party execute its political agenda.
They should desist
from acts that sought to draw the Party back and forge a united front to
campaign for NPP’s victory in the upcoming elections.