General News Tue, 27 Jan 1998


The President of the All Africa Conference of Churches, the Rt. Rev. Prof. Kwesi Dickson, has called on African leaders to examine their past experiences and plan for the future development of the continent. He said a lot of African governments do not examine the past in order to improve upon their mistakes, hence their failures. The Rt. Rev. Prof. Dickson made the call at the first anniversary Thanksgiving Service of the Calvary Methodist Church in Accra. He called on Christians to lead exemplary lives to help build the nation. The Vice-Principal of the Trinity College at Legon, Rev. Dr. Emmanuel Asante, also urged Christians to uphold the principles of love and truth to enable them to build a sound foundation for the future growth of the Church. gri


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