Don't compromise on the truth - Ghanaians advised

Sunday 21st April, 2019
Right-Rev-Christopher-Nyarko-Andam

By Stephen Asante, GNA

Kumasi, April 21, GNA - The Right Reverend Christopher Nyarko Andam, Bishop of the Kumasi Diocese of the Methodist Church Ghana (MCG), has said it was imperative that the citizenry lived and stood by the truth at all time.

"We must be committed to upholding the truth no matter the circumstances in which we find ourselves," he noted.

He explained that any nation that compromised on honesty in their endeavours was bound to fail.

The programme was designed to mark the resurrection of Jesus Christ, the founder of Christianity, and the occasion saw the congregation praying for forgiveness of the nation, prosperity and wellbeing of the people.

Rt Rev Andam asked the people to shun vindictiveness and enmity, urging all and sundry to work for unity of the nation.

The citizenry should demonstrate patriotism in the discharge of their duties for accelerated socio-economic development.

GNA