Thursday, May 20, 2010


THE Reverend Minister in charge of the Methodist Church at Poano in the Obuasi Diocese, Rev. Samuel Adu Gyamfi, has stressed the need for Christians to participate fully in the ongoing national identification registration exercise.
  Making the call at the end of a four-day camp meeting of the church at Poano, Rev. Gyamfi said the exercise had many benefits to the individual and the nation so it must be taken seriously.
    He said as a church, it had a responsibility to ensure that all its members were registered in the exercise.
    Rev. Gyamfi further stated that the identification exercise would improve the electoral process and provide a reliable voters register to facilitate democratic development.
    He said his vision was to help raise the church at Poano by expanding its building and deepening the spiritual development of the congregation.
Rev. Gyamfi called on Christians to be one another’s keeper because Christ preached unity and support for one another.
   He also enjoined parents to invest in their children’s education to enable them to become useful citizens in future.

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