Kakabogyabo Barima Owusu Asare I, Benkumhene of Gomoa Dabayi has call on Ghanaians to be humble before God for him to take control of the affairs of the country.
We cannot with our might, wisdom and strength achieve our aims and objective without the grace and guidance of the Omnipotent God to whom and with whom all things are possible, he said.
Kakabogyabo Asare I who is also the Kyidomhene of Gomoa Ajumako Traditional area made the call when he and his community (Gomoa Dabayi) members joined the Kasoa Pentecost C.P District Emmanuel Assembly in worship to give thanks to the Lord for bringing them this far and also participated in the just ended peaceful and successful Gomoa Ajumako Akwambo Kesse festival.
“I strongly believe that if irrespective of our ethnicity, religious sentiments and political affiliations, invite God to lead us in all our endeavors, he will rescue us from the tribulations and the economic hardship we are experiencing,” he added.
Kakabogyabo Asare thanked God for all that he has done for him and also used the occasion to expressed his profound gratitude to Oberefo Nyanful Krampah, Paramount Chief of Gomoa Ajumako Traditional Area and the entire chiefs of the Traditional Council for honoring him with a title “Kakabogyabo” meaning humble and hard working person.
He later donated a cash of Ghc 2,000 to the Church as an appreciation to the Lord God.
In a sermon delivered by Elder S. Anthony of the Church, he said God was ever ready to shower his blessing upon his people if only they humbled themselves before him.
“Let us live in peace with each and everyone, be steadfast in the Lord and he will not abandon us, but rather will bring smiles on our faces,” he added. GNA