President Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo is calling for prayers from Ghanaians for his appointees and himself for insight to restore the nation to its glory days.
The President, who was speaking to the Catholic Bishops at the Episcopal Ordination and Installation of Rev. Msgr. Samuel Nkuah-Boateng as the new Bishop of the Sehwi Wiawso Diocese in the Western North region urged believers to keep up with preaching the message of the Gospel of Christ to mankind for a serene society.
The prayer he requested from the clergy and those of the faith, he noted, was to help them discharge their responsibilities in humility and integrity.
‘My prayer is that this diocese will continue to spread the gospel of our Lord Jesus Christ, win souls and serve the people of Sehwi Wiawso, Ghana and the Almighty God and please pray for me, don’t forget to pray for me, the government and the people I have appointed to various positions that we will exercise our responsibility with humility and integrity,” he asked.
The President also assured that the Sehwi Wiawso town roads shall be completed before the end of his tenure of office.
Meanwhile, the new Bishop of Sehwi Wiawso, Bishop Samuel Nkuah-Boateng, speaking to the media said he will continue to serve the Diocese as usual and impact the believers to know Jesus Christ more in their lives.
Paramount chief of Sehwi Chirano, Okogyeaman Nana Kwaku Gyamprah also expressed the traditional authority’s resolve to continue to provide their unflinching support for the new bishop of Sehwi Wiawso.
By Felix Anim-Appau|Onuaonline.com