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Methodist Church bemoans politics of insults and violence


The Methodist Church Ghana has bemoaned the present-day point out of politics in the state which has been characterised by the trade of insults and promoting violence in the quest to get political ability.

The Bishop of the Northern Accra Diocese of the Church, Rt. Rev. Joseph M.Y Edusa-Eyison referred to as for unity between all stakeholders in the nation’s politics.

“Given that really like and fact are the foundation of all democracy, they should support us to live godly lives and not electric power-drunk/thirsty to turn democracy to demon-mad where by folks who are thirsty for ability will hire ungodly functions to attain it,” he mentioned.

He observed the long run of the country is the collective accountability of all – Electoral Fee, political events, agents, Security Organizations, Civil Modern society, abundant and weak etc….

The Bishop reiterated the phone by the Presiding Bishop of the Methodist Church, Most Rev. Dr Paul Kwabena Boafo to all Synods and associates to don’t forget the Church’s resolve at the yearly S.H. Amissah Memorial Lectures in Sekondi to talk towards monetization in Ghana politics. He requested members to stand by this.

The Presiding Bishop termed on each Methodist participating in a purpose as a applicant, voter and electoral officer to carry their Christian concepts to bear as witness and testimony of Christ residing in him or her.

Rt. Rev. Joseph M.Y Edusa-Eyison was addressing the Next Annual Synod of the Northern Accra Diocese of the Methodist Church Ghana, beneath the theme: “Discipleship: Training Anyone to Stay Like Jesus Christ”, at the St. John Chapel, Tantra Hill, Achimota Circuit in Accra.

Bishop of the Northern Accra Diocese of the Church, Rt. Rev. Joseph M.Y Edusa-Eyison

The Bishop expressed his gratitude to the management and members of the Church in the Diocese for their commitment to the function of the Lord resulting in the expansion of the church.

He uncovered that the complete Christian Local community in the NAD greater from 38,776 in 2018)to 43,647 in 2019 signifying a 12.56%. This was as a consequence of the important spike in membership of the Ga Sub-Urban Circuit from 1,535 in 2018 to 6,150 in 2019.

The variety of Societies in the Circuit also increased from 51 in 2018 to 71 (2019.

Prof. Edusa-Eyison expressed issue about the devastating result of Coronaviruson humanity and different economies which has introduced about the have to have for church buildings to evolve new methods of worshipping.


The Bishop disclosed that the Northern Accra Diocese was thinking about establishing business ventures to utilize some of its teeming youth in get to alleviate the high rate of unemployment.

He said that a ask for had been made to the managers of Club 1000, an initiative of the Church as a result of which resources were being getting mobilized from Methodists and Corporate entities in the NAD to support infrastructural developmental projects, to look at the company initiative.

A 5-yr strategic strategy of the NAD was also inaugurated for the duration of the Synod.

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