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Politics of Friday, 22 February 2008

Source: Space FM,Sunyani

Vote For Those Who Address Issues

Space FM, Nsuta, Ashanti - The Methodist Bishop of Effiduase, Rt. Rev. Samuel Agyeman Kwakye, has called on Ghanaians not to vote for politicians who resort to insults in carrying out their campaigns in the run-up to the December Elections.

This is because such politicians have nothing good to offer the nation. Rt. Rev Agyeman Kwakye advised the electorate to rather vote for those who seek to address issues.

The Bishop said these at the induction of Very Rev Samuel Kwebu Dadzie as the Superintendent Minister of the Nsuta Circuit of the Methodist Church Ghana at a Special service held at Nsuta in Ashanti .

Very Rev Kwebu Dadzie, who was ordained as a Minister in 1998, was the Principal of the Methodist Vocational Institute for eleven years until his induction as a Superintendent Minister.

The Methodist Bishop of Effiduase, who preached the sermon at the induction service, entreated Very Rev Kwebu Dadzie to seek God’s guidance in the discharge of his duties.

He further adviced him to be respectful, submissive, fair and firm and avoid taking selfish decisions. Among those who attended the service were the General Manager of Methodist Schools , Very Rev Stephen Asher, the Sunyani Diocesan Synod Secretary of the Church, Very Rev Samuel Adu Boateng and a Communication Officer of Newmont Ghana Gold Limited, Richard Boahen, formerly of Radio Ghana.

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