A FORMER Deputy Commissioner of the Ghana Revenue Authority and board member of the Exim Bank Ghana, Rev. Peter Kwame Abebrese has made a passionate call to Ghanaians especially the youth to work hard in ensuring that the country see development this year.
According to him, if Ghana develops, there will be more factories and companies that will absorb the teeming unemployment situation in the country and ease their burden.
Speaking to the DAILY HERITAGE, Rev Abebrese said 2021 is not going to be an easy year for the people but those who knows their God couple with hard work will sail through.
Rev Abebrese, who doubles as a Reverend Minister for the Four Square Gospel Church, Sukura branch said for anyone to be comfortable in 2021, that person must commit him or herself to prayer, shun away sin and show love to their neighbours.
The man of God said like 2020, people projected and gave prophesies but God did his own thing and so “I am cautioning all Ghanaians not to rely on anybody but see the God factor and everything will fall in place.”
“I tell you, God will not destroy Ghana neither will there be war because the God we serve is not an altar of confusion and every good thing he has for the nation will come through,” he stated.
Rev Abebrese condemned recent markets fires in the country adding that if there are certain people behind it, the perpetrators will not go unpunished.
He call for re-wiring of all the major markets in the country to avoid any future occurrences.
Rev Abebrese appeals to Ghanaians to adhere to the safety protocols such as wearing of face and nose masks, washing of hands regularly, use hand sanitizer at all times, ensure social distancing and avoid crowding places.
As schools are about to open, he call on parents to teach their wards the need to use face and nose masks in their various schools in other to limit the spread of Covid-19 which has become an albatross on the world.