Pastor Paul Morgan Adorsu, Tema District Pastor of Great Commission Church International (GCCI) on Sunday asked Ghanaians to desist from fraudulent activities such as over invoicing, under invoicing and issuing of fake receipts.
He said: “Wealth gained through corrupt practices is no wealth.”
Pastor Adorsu was preaching to climax a three- day crusade of the church at Kanawu in Tema, dubbed: “Let’s rise up and build,” which was spearheaded by the Junior and Senior Youth Ministries of the Church.
He advised market women to avoid ill practices such as manipulating of measuring scales and objects such as “American tin” or “olonka” to make profit.
Pastor Adorsu said Jesus died for mankind and he is the only remedy to the challenges facing the world.
Rev Jonas Kwame Cosmos Kumah Tengey, Greater Accra Regional Pastor of GCCI, urged Christians to be fully committed to God and to serve Him with joy at all time no matter the situation they found themselves in. GNA