Acting general overseer of the True Faith Church International, Apostle Thomas Adu Bempah is pleading Ghanaian traders and market kingpins to exhibit mercies on the vulnerable Ghanaians and measure margin cost of prices of goods.
He said that, though prices of goods are on the high yet they should not use the situation to make utmost profits.
Apostle Thomas Adu Bempah said this during a climax of a 5 days intercessory prayer for Ghana organized by the Kontenase branch of the True Faith Church International in the Bosomtwe District of the Ashanti region.
Encouraging the general public to engage in farming especially in the area of garden eggs and maize production, Apostle Thomas Adu Bempah appealed to the government to financially support the workforce to produce in larger quantity to be able to export locally manufactured goods rather than being importing.
The Ag. General Overseer further charged the Ghana police services to articulately descend on alcohol and drugs abusers and peddlers especially among drivers and passengers on our motorways as the year ends to avoid accidents and chaos.
The theme for the program was dubbed “It is more bleesed to give than to received…Acts 20:35”
The Kontenase Area Head Pastor, JOHN Owusu Yeboah on his part called on all religious bodies, Christian and Church Leaders to unite and intercede for the country in this recent economic crisis.
According to him, they used the period and solicited funds to fete and put smile on the faces of windows and orphans.
story by Rexkin Ohene Boateng Hello Fm Kumasi