Section of the Ghanaian community present at the airport to welcome President Akufo-Addo
Section of the Ghanaian community present at the airport to welcome President Akufo-Addo

Right Reverend Robert Eshun, Bishop of the Effiduase Diocese of the Methodist Church has stressed the need for Ghanaians, especially those in leadership positions to be good stewards of the nation’s resources.

He said loyalty, right attitudes, discipline and hardworking devoid of corruption, should be the hallmark of every citizen, especially those who occupied positions of trust.

Addressing the 21st annual synod of the Diocese at Asokore, Rev. Eshun, said the sustainable development of the country required a change of mind-set and attitude of all Ghanaians.

It was on the theme “sustaining our gains through effective stewards”.

Rev. Eshun said the relevance of religion was to promote peace and development in the country and it was therefore important for religious leaders to ensure that their members worked with right attitudes in their field of endeavour at all times.

Rev Eshun stressed the need for Ghana to have a common development agenda to ensure consistency in the country’s development process.

Madam Mary Boatemaa Marfo, the Sekyere East District Chief Executive (DCE), said government would provide good leadership to ensure equitable development of the country and called for unity among all faiths to ensure peace and harmony, necessary for smooth development.

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.