Christian Council: Ghanaians must stay focus to move country forward

The Christian Council of Ghana is challenging Ghanaians to be collectively responsible for the future of Ghana.

The Council believes that after 59 years of independence the country has stood out as an example for peace and stability in the world.

General Secretary of the Christian Council Rev. Dr. Opuni Frimpong cautioned that the country will not move forward unless all Ghanaians get involved in the process.

“As a people, we have had our ups and downs, our good times and bad times. But in all we can still thank God and congratulate ourselves for what we have been to achieve together,” he said.

Rev. Dr. Opuni Frimpong said although the country is currently facing challenges, there is still hope.

He admonished leaders in various sectors of the country to rally support for a collective responsibility for the nation’s future progress.

“No group of individuals, no political party, no ethnic group should give us the impression that some people are not needed. Everybody counts,” Rev Opuni Frimpong said.

Rev. Dr. Opuni Frimpong said those at the helm of affairs in the country must be tolerant of other people’s views since that was the only way the country’s effort progress would become meaningful.

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