Ernest Yaw Anim, the Member of Parliament for the Sekyere Kumawu constituency, conveyed a heartfelt peace message to Ghanaians during his participation in the 31st-night service at Bodomasi Methodist Church.
In his address, he underscored the significance of treasuring the prevailing peace within Ghana and emphasized the importance of welcoming loved ones from overseas every year, ensuring they experience the country in a state of tranquility and well-being. The ability for Ghanaians to travel freely has become feasible thanks to the sustained peace within our nation.
Furthermore, he earnestly implored both the church community and the citizens of Ghana to include the nation in their prayers as the 2024 general elections approach. Expressing concern for the democratic process, he sought divine intervention for a peaceful and fair electoral outcome.
Concluding his remarks, he urged Christians to lead lives that serve as positive examples, inspiring others to embrace virtuous living. His call was not only for personal betterment but also to contribute to fostering a positive and upright societal ethos.
A link to the message is below