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Women could achieve their ambitions in peace- Minister

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By Edmund Quaynor, GNA

Accra, April 16, 2016 (GNA) – The Eastern Regional Minister, Ms Mavis Ama Frimpong has told women that, they could achieve all their dreams that they have for their families, communities and society only when there is peace in the country.

She has therefore urged Christians women to join other peace loving people of Ghana to talk to their husbands, children, members of their community and in their work places about the need for the country to work and ensure peaceful elections in the country in November.

Ms Frimpong was speaking at the 10th Anniversary Celebration of Susana Wesley Auxiliary of the Adweso Calvary Methodist Church near Koforidua.

She said government alone cannot ensure peaceful elections without the cooperation of all Ghanaians and therefore called on Christians to join government to ensure peaceful elections for the country to continue to enjoy peace after the elections.

Ms Freda Janet Asare Bediako, immediate past Lay Chairperson of the Koforidua Diocese of the Methodist Church, called on the members of the Susana Wesley Auxiliary to extent their service to all members of the church.

She expressed regret that in recent times, people are resorting to cursing with the slightest provocation and urged the Auxiliary to preach against the practice.

In  a report, the Secretary of the Adweso Calvary Methodist Church  branch  of the Susana Wesley Auxiliary,  Ms Sedem Afriyie  said,  for the past 10 years, the  Auxiliary had made various donations  to the church  and supported needy persons as part of the support of members towards the evangelism of the mission.

In a closing remarks, Mrs Gertrude Arthurst who chaired the function, called on the members of the Auxiliary to focus on the education of their children for them to have a positive impact on the society.


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