Ghana Will Come Out Of Current Turbulence—Prez Mahama
President John Dramani Mahama on Sunday said Ghana would soon come out of the socio-economic turbulence it is currently going through.
He said: ” Developed countries such as the united States of America, the United Kingdom, Japan and Germany all went through both political and economic turbulence but with perseverance, they have all succeeded.”
President Mahama said this when he worshipped with the Star of the Sea Catholic Church in Dansoman on Sunday.
President Mahama said his administration would exhibit best governance to sustain Ghana’s position on the continent as the shinning star of Africa, by deepening her democratic credentials.
He however, called on all Ghanaians and stakeholders to play responsible roles that would support government to carry out the needed development projects in the country.
“God has raised his hands on Ghana and we cannot afford to fail the people in our pursuit for growth and development.“
President Mahama said life was a journey that could not be smooth or rough forever and called for collective prayers to ensure success.
The Very Reverend Father, Samuel Filton-Mensah, Parish Priest of the Star of the Sea Catholic Church advised President Mahama to form a formidable team that could be likened to that of Moses, Joshua and Aaron to be able to execute the governance of the country.
He said Ghana was abound with numerous natural resources, and therefore had no reason to fail in development. He urged government to harness all those resources for the benefit of all Ghanaians.
According to him although the government was currently facing some challenges, with faith, handwork and perseverance the country would come out of those challenges.
“Instead of sitting down and heaping blames on the devil, every Ghanaian should rather play his or her role responsibly to support the government to perform its duties for the growth and development of the entire country, ” Fr Filton-Mensah added.
The Catholic Priest also called on religious leaders to use the Pulpit to unite Ghanaians by teaching their flock to harness their potentials and desist from false prophecies that would further polarise the country.
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