Anglican Archbishop calls for national unity

The Primate and Anglican Metropolitan Archbishop of the Internal Province of Ghana, the Most Reverend Professor Daniel Yinkah-Sarfo has asked Ghanaians to unite to fly high the flag of the nation.

He said Ghanaians should overcome partisan politics and ethnic divisions and find common ground to promote socio-economic development.

He made the request in a Christmas and New Year goodwill message he issued in Kumasi.

The Most Rev Prof Yinka-Sarfo underlined the need for dialogue, pointing out that, this is the path to travel to remove tension and promote progress.

He called on all to remain grateful to God for his wonderful gift of peace alongside other blessings.

He said regardless of their socio-economic circumstances they should give thanks to God for keeping watch over the country.

It must never be lost on them that Jesus has the power to conquer “Ebola”, “Dumsor” and all challenges that confront humanity.

He said because “Christ lives, we can face tomorrow with confidence” and expressed optimism that whatever problems the nation is going through would be over.

He encouraged the people to be prayerful and embrace the spirit of humility, perseverance, peace and joy in Christ.

He called on Christians to give true meaning of Christmas by showing love to the needy and the deprived. GNA

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