Apostle Kwadwo Osei Anane, the general overseer of the Calvary Love Ministries, has asked drivers to exercise patience and shun over speeding to save the life of people.
He noted the rate at which over speeding is claiming innocent lives is always on ascending, most especially during major festive seasons like the Christmases.
Apostle Anane gave the words of caution in an interview with the Ghana News Agency on Sunday after church service.
“Kill your speed before your speed kills you” he stressed.
Apostle Anane stated that many road accidents occur as a result of inpatients of some drivers and care must be taken at all time to minimize the situation.
Hard-working pays but don’t love money in exchange for precious life, he emphasized. Adding that, taking time and cautions while driving is a major contribution to national development.
When giving the sermon, Apostle Anane touched on sanitation practices and urged the general public to take up sanitation practices in their homes and workplaces to help protect the public purse.
He said the government is always spending a huge sum of money in battling sanitation but the individuals were the major contributors to the problems “because we throw refuses anyhow and anywhere”.
“Cleanliness is next to Godliness, therefore if you are a true Christian, then be mindful the way you handle refuses”.
Submitted By: Christopher Tetteh.