The members of the Hope Welfare Club at Winneba-Junction have commended the government for its initiative to revive the country’s railway transport system.

The commendation was made in a seven-point resolution by the club at a meeting to support the government with prayers at the end of every month, to achieve its socio-economic targets.

Mr Charles Kwabena Okyere, the Patron of the Club said the revitalisation of the railway system would contribute enormously to help improve transportation and create job opportunities for the citizenry.

He described the 2017 budget as a well set out programme which would require the collective support, commitment and co-operation of all Ghanaians, irrespective of their political, ethnic and religious affiliations to ensure its total realisation.

Mr Okyere called on the people to embark on tireless prayers for strong divine protection, wisdom, courage and good health for President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo and his ministers to steer the affairs of the nation successfully.

He appealed to Ghanaian workers to put aside partisanship and render dedicated and committed services for the country.

The Patron encouraged ministers, metropolitan, municipal and district chief executives to always strive to welcome divergent views from all political divide which could help them to efficiently discharge their respective national assignments.

Mr Okyere appealed to the members of the Council of State to help the government to carry out its agenda to meet the aspirations of creating better living standards for Ghanaians.

He called on religious bodies to continuously offer prayers for the country for national peace, unity, stability and socio-economic advancement of the economy.

He appealed to Mr Kwamena Duncan, the Central Regional Minister and Mr Afenyo Markin, Member of Parliament for Effutu to offer dedicated services to the people so as to maintain the confidence reposed in them.