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Churches charged to help realise ‘Ghana Beyond Aid’

President Akufo-Addo has urged churches across the country to help build a progressive and prosperous country.
The President also called on them to help realise the vision of moving Ghana to a situation beyond aid – ‘Ghana Beyond Aid’.

According to him, “we should be able to build a Ghana which looks to the use of her own resources and their proper management as the way to engineer social and economic growth in our country.

“With the help of the Church, I am confident that we can realise this vision.”
President Akufo-Addo at the dedication of Tema Children’s Church
The President made this known at the dedication of the Tema Children’s Church of the Apostolic Church-Ghana in Accra.

He appealed to the church not only to continue to uphold the spiritual virtues, but also help build the country, strongly anchored on love for God.

President Akufo-Addo with some members of Tema Children’s Church
The Tema Children’s Church of the Apostolic Church-Ghana, being the first of its kind to be built solely for the purpose of reaching out to children and the youth in Tema and its environs.
To the pastors, teachers, parents, he reminded them of the responsibility of imbibing into the children the virtues of Christ.
BY 24NEWS.NEWS/GHANA

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