Mr Henry Ekow Manly-Spain, an Accra based businessman, had appealed to the youth not to allow themselves to be misused by politicians for their selfish ends.

He said Ghana had a lot for the youth and that they should do their best to protect their future and the country.

Mr Manly-Spain was speaking Effiduase near Koforidua at the induction service for new executives of the Effiduase Circuit Methodist Youth Fellowship at the Effiduase Calvary Methodist Church on Sunday.

The seven-member new executive has Mr Richard Atakora, as Chairman, Mr Samuel Appah Paniel, Secretary and Ms Vivian Nyarku, Treasurer.

He told the new executives that their service was a calling and urged the youth to offer their service for the growth of the church both materially and spiritually to receive blessing from God.

In a sermon, Rev Maxwell Obeng, Minister In-charge of Asokore Bethel Methodist Church, called on the leadership of the church to create opportunitiesfor the youth to play leadership roles in the church. GNA


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