General News of 2014-08-03

Let's bury differences to fix economy - Prophet Jamson

A Prophet has called on Ghanaians to bury differences to help solve the economic hardship facing the country.

Nakoa Prophet Ansah Jamson, Founder and Leader of Israel King of Jews Church in Accra, in an interview with the Ghana News Agency, urged the people to bring all ideas on board to fix the economy.

He said: “Christians and Muslims have one common course in religion and, therefore, needed to come together and pray passionately for God’s intervention in the country’s predicament.”

He lauded the Chief Imam, Sheik Osman Nuhu Sharabutu and all Muslims for a peaceful and successful Ramadan.

Prophet Jamson, who is also the Spiritual Leader of the Prophets and Spiritual Churches Council, prayed for God’s protection and guidance of the people and the land.

On this year’s World Hepatitis Day, Prophet Jamson called on Ghanaians to take health screening seriously for the early detection of the disease.

He said Hepatitis ‘B’ is a dangerous illness and victims must seek immediate medical attention.

He said the liver-related illness was spreading at an alarming rate in the country and the sub-region and, therefore, appealed to corporate entities to assist in creating the awareness.

Source: GNA
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