The Right Reverend Seth Adofo, Primate of the Brotherhood Church, said they should use every opportunity and interaction with their relatives, friends and neighbors to talk them out of intolerance and violence.

He was speaking at a four-day national women’s congress of the church held under the theme “Celebrating 40 years from the unknown to the known” in Kumasi.

Over 1,500 delegates from the various branches of the church across the nation gathered to discuss ways to win more converts – to bring hope and salvation to them.

The Rt. Rev Adofo said as “mothers and unifiers” they held the key to the unity, peace and harmony of the society, and that, they could neither fail, nor disappoint.

He asked that they spent quality time with children both at home and in the church, to teach them to become God-fearing, humble, honest and hardworking.

He also reminded them to remain prayerful and steadfast in their faith.

Primate Adofo used the occasion to encourage all Ghanaians to conduct themselves well as the country prepared to go to the polls.

They should be mindful of their utterances and avoid anything, which could create needless tension and chaos.

Madam Gifty Adu-Otoo, National Women’s Leader, said they were intensifying the spread of the gospel to keep people away from everything evil.

Providing good character training to the young people to prevent them from going wayward, was also a priority, she added.

By Sampson Adu-Poku, GNA


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