CPMR expresses gratitude to God with thanksgiving service


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Albert Allotey, GNA

Mampong Akuapem
(E/R), Jan. 19, GNA – The Centre for Plant Medicine Research (CPMR) has held
its annual thanksgiving and dedication service to express its gratitude to God
for His continued sustenance of the Centre.

The service was held
at the Sacred Heart Catholic Church at Mampong Akuapem in the Eastern Region
and was presided by Father Moses Haudjie, the Parish Priest.

He prayed that in
the year 2020, any task of management and staff to make the Centre a better
place, the good Lord should grant it and the purpose for the Centre should be
heard all over the world.

He cautioned against
backbiting and dichotomy among staff and advised that they should let unity and
love lead in all that they do and a need to seek for the Holy Spirit’s
direction in order to discover greater things.

Father Haudjie
prayed for God’s protection and the guidance of the Holy Spirit for the staff
of the CPMR.

Dr Kofi Bodi
Barimah, the Executive Director of the Centre, promised that the staff would
exhibit integrity and work earnestly in what they do.

“We see it to be an
honour unto God to come together in His presence because He has done more than
enough for the Centre and still doing greater things. 

“He has granted us
another year to make a positive impact and we know the Centre’s re-dedication
service this year in a Catholic Church shall be a symbol of greatness, wealth
and innovation for the Centre,” he said.