Gov’t to ensure progress of all- VP
Vice President Kwesi Bekoe Amissah-Arthur has assured Ghanaians of the commitment of the government to build a socially inclusive society that that would ensure the progress of all.
He enlisted the prayers of the religious society for divine support to build on the vision of the Government to achieve prosperity for all.
“We’ll continue to rely on your prayers, he said in an address after attending the watch-night service on New Year’s Eve at the Calvary Methodist Church at Adabraka, in Accra.
He noted that despite the challenges of such as the 2012 Election Petition, with the nervousness of a possible conflict on the outcome of the hearing, the economic challenges, the market fires, many motor accidents, the unexpected failure of the Black Stars to lift the African Cup of Nations Trophy in South African Cup of Nations, there is a resilience to bring the Ghanaian society back on track.
Vice President Amissah-Arthur said the end of the year was much better than the beginning, adding: “In all aspects of life the end is much better than the blessing.”
The Vice President, with wife Matilda had earlier worshipped at the Methodist Church of the Resurrection at Kpehe, also in Accra, and later interacted with the congregation of the Asbury Donewell Worship Centre at Ridge, where the Second Lady worships.
He called on Ghanaians to support the Government with what it had started, declaring: “It shall be well.”
In separate homilies, the Ministers in Charge of the two churches stressed the goodness and mercy of God Almighty in the past year, and urged the congregations to keep their faith and trust in God to attract His rich blessings.