The Christ Apostolic Church’s (CAC) prayer camp at Anum Apapam in the Suhum Kraboa Coaltar District, on Tuesday embarked on a day’s clean-up exercise in the community, as part of the country’s 55th independence celebration.
Prophetess Elizabeth Abredu Quayeba, General Overseer of the Promiseland Prayer Camp, led the congregation, which was later joined by a section of the community to clear weeds, chocked drains and swept open places.
Speaking after the exercise, Prophetess Quayeba commended the participants for their communal spirit. She advised the people to endeavour to clean their surroundings periodically, to help minimize the outbreak of communicable diseases.
She said the clean up exercise would be a regular feature, and therefore, called on the youth in the area to get actively involved in subsequent exercise.
The Prophetess prayed for the President, Ministers of State, the nation and the sick.
She charged Ghanaians to chart a new course of moral and spiritual development to enrich their lives.
The prophetess prayed that Ghanaians should be guided by the truth at all times, in order to help move the country forward, and also seek God’s guidance for the government to pursue policies that would lead to the development of the country.GNA