Veep: Avoid religious and ethnic conflict in 2015

General News of Thursday, 1 January 2015


Veep Amissah Arthur

Vice President Paa Kwesi Amissah-Arthur has urged Ghanaians to avoid religious and ethnic conflict as the nation ushers in the New Year.

According to him, though this New Year might have challenges on its own, the government is poised for a better economy.

Mr. Amissah-Arthur made this revelation when he worshipped with some churches in Tema during the watch night service.

Speaking to the congregation at Saint Paul’s Methodist Cathedral at Tema Community 1, he asked Ghanaians to pray for President Mahama and his team to make better decisions for the country.