Let’s work hard to overcome power crisis – Apostle Amoani

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Apostle Dr Stephen Kwame Amoani, the Chairman of the Christ Apostolic
Church International (CACI), has encouraged Ghanaians to endeavour to
survive the power crisis, in spite of its negative impacts on the
general economy and the total wellbeing of the citizenry.

“Although our challenges are great, each of us should have the courage
and determination to rise up and help resolve them with our best
efforts,” he stated. “We must not despair but rather look into the
future with the knowledge that brighter days are ahead”.

Apostle Amoani was addressing the 58th Session of the Ministerial and
General Council Meeting of the Church, in Ho, on the theme: “Impacting
Our World through a Transformed Life”.

He noted that the power crisis was taking a toll on the fortunes of
both small-scale and industrial business activities, with the attendant
poor delivery of goods and services, but said with the concerted efforts
of the citizenry and faith in God no challenge could remain

“We must. also as a nation, pursue righteousness and the fear of God in
all our endeavours, for it is written, Righteousness exalts a nation’”.

“God centeredness must always be upheld as the foundation to all values
of the nation, leaders should be committed to high moral and ethical
standards, selflessness, and be visionary and resilient to enable Ghana
to build sound national policies for Health, Education, Agriculture and
Defence, irrespective of the political ideology of the party in power.”

On the role of the Church, Apostle Amoani said the Church, with
Christians, should not conform to ungodly status quo, or the patterns
of the world to make an impact in nation building.

“Just as salt is different from pepper, and light is distinct from
darkness, so is the Church distinct from the world, hence our
lifestyles, conviction, and commitment to everything must be distinct
and so unique,” he said.

He, therefore, advised Christians to transform their lives to set the standards for godly living.

Credit: GNA

Kofi Oppong Kyekyeku

I am a Ghanaian Broadcast Journalist/Writer who has an interest in General News, Sports, Entertainment, Health, Lifestyle and many more.

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