Government To Focus On Job Creation
Prophet Isaac Atta-Owusu, a spiritual leader of Creator’s Blessing Church (CBC) at Abeka, a suburb of Accra, has called on government to give more attention on job creation through the agriculture and transport sectors.
He said the two sectors ought to be revamped to create job avenues for the citizenry to improve on their living standards and to ameliorate their suffering.
Prophet Atta-Owusu, who gave the advice in an interview with newsmen at the CBC 25th anniversary on Sunday at Abeka, said since the 2012 Election Petition was over, there was the need for the government to put in place strategies to support people economically.
He advised Ghanaians to live in peace and harmony and let understanding always prevailed among them.
Preaching the sermon on Isaiah 10:27 and Psalm 118:14, Prophet Davis Akuffo-Addo, also of the Church, urged the congregation to worship God in truth and love so that whatever the enemy would plan against them would not work.
He said they should humble themselves in life and be patience and wait for the Lord, adding that: “Where there is no peace, religious bodies cannot worship God.”
They prayed for the leaders of the country for God to grant them wisdom to steer affairs to the benefit of all.
Giving a brief history of the Church, Madam Margaret Chiravira, an elder said it was established by the late Philip Kofi Akuffo-Addo in 1988 as a prayer and healing centre at Abeka, but despite some setbacks it had now grown into a full house of worship.
She quoted Ezekiel 31:5: “So it towered higher than all the trees of the field; its boughs increased and its branches grew long, spreading because of abundant waters,” to support the strength of their Church today.
The Church as part of their social responsibilities had assisted brilliant but needy students of members with scholarships. It had also made donations to orphanages and hospitals as well established a school.