Assemblies of God Church in Ghana to honour Vice President, Chief Justice
Dr Lawrence Tetteh an International Evangelist who would be a guest speaker at the ceremony told the Ghana News Agency in Accra on Monday that he was thrilled to hear that Vice President Mahama who is a member of the church finds time from his busy schedule to play a leading role in church activities.
“I am equally impressed that the Chief Justice is the Head of the church’s choir and a Sunday School Teacher.
“It is always a joy to have people in prominent positions to find time to serve the Lord. The First President; Osagyefo Dr Kwame Nkrumah, and subsequent leaders have displayed their dedication to God despite their individual weaknesses,” he said.
Dr Tetteh appealed to social commentators and journalists not to underestimate the peace and stability Ghana was enjoying by “throwing hot political and ethnic coals in the mass media that could set the country ablaze”.
“As a nation we should focus on what is happening in neighbouring Cote d’ Ivoire where ethnicity and politics have caused needless blood shed.”
Dr Tetteh asked Christians to use the Easter festivity to preach national reconciliation “as Christ came to suffer for us to reconcile with Him”.