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Youth called upon to stand for honesty


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Anum Apapam (E/R),
July 22, GNA – The Promised Land Prayer Camp of the Christ Apostolic Church
(CAC) has ended a youth prayer week at Anum Apapam in the Eastern Region with a
call on the youth to always stand for honesty.

Prophetess Elizabeth
Abredu Quayeba, the Leader of the Camp, said the youth must also endeavour to
do away with morally apprehensible behaviours.

The progaramme formed
part o

Anum Apapam (E/R),
July 22, GNA – The Promised Land Prayer Camp of the Christ Apostolic Church
(CAC) has ended a youth prayer week at Anum Apapam in the Eastern Region with a
call on the youth to always stand for honesty.

Prophetess Elizabeth
Abredu Quayeba, the Leader of the Camp, said the youth must also endeavour to
do away with morally apprehensible behaviours.

The progaramme formed
part of the church’s “Republic Strategic Plan” to encourage the youth in and
outside the church to become increasingly aware of their civic responsibilities
and be assertive.                      

Prophetess Quayeba,
closing the programme, said the youth, especially students, should endeavour to
cultivate the habit of learning to be patriotic citizens so as to uphold and
defend the good name of Ghana.

She said the youth had
a task to forbid indecency and contribute to national development adding that
they should use the “Republic Festivity” to develop a holistic approach to
education in order not to leave the virtues and moral values that should go
with it.

She said everything
possible must be done to enhance the welfare of the youth, “who are the future
leaders of the nation.”

The Prophetess asked
the youth to be law-abiding so as not to be branded as agents of destruction.

GNA


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