The Most Reverend Dr Paul Kwabena Boafo, Presiding Bishop of the Methodist Church, has advised Professor Naana Jane Opoku-Agyemang, the operating mate of the flagbearer of the Countrywide Democratic Congress (NDC) to act with integrity and truthfulness in the political landscape.
“You are coming in at a time when our politics is bedevilled with all kinds of damaging matters but as a Christian, really don’t go that way,” he admonished.
The Presiding Bishop gave the guidance at a Thanksgiving Services held in honour of Prof. Opoku-Agyemang soon after she was efficiently outdoored as a jogging mate.
Most Rev. Boafo claimed it was prudent that Christians obtained into politics to work with truth of the matter and integrity as from the politics of insults and violence.
The Presiding Bishop, who is also the Chairman of the Christian Council, condemned the lynching of 90-yr-previous Akua Denteh, who was branded a witch by a traditional priestess at Kafaba in the Savannah Location.
He, thus, urged Prof. Opoku-Agyemang to look for a mandate to direct and be a servant who cared for the weak, helpless, marginalized, vulnerable and hence champion the trigger of all those who did not depend in modern society.
Rev Dr Boafo advised her to constantly carry the benefit of peace along in her political journey, expressing: “Carry peace, stroll with peace, talk about the will need for peace and allow folks know you stand with the God of peace”.
Prof. Opoku- Agyemang expressed gratitude to God for how considerably He experienced introduced her and reported she viewed as her new situation as an critical move God experienced put in her path.
“I do not intend to get this action all by myself I am trusting God as I take this stage and inquiring anyone to appear on this journey with me,” she said.
He reported prayers had been stated for Prof. Opoku- Agyemang and a Holy Bible was offered to her to symbolize her acceptance to follow God’s guiding ideas in her new posture.
She was accompanied by loved ones customers, mates, members, and sympathisers of the NDC.