February 29, 2012

The Member of Parliament for Bosomtwe, Mike Hammah has called on the youth not to allow themselves to be used by some politicians to disturb the peace the nation is currently enjoying.

Mr. Hammah who is also the Minister of Lands and Natural Resources, was addressing the 14th Anniversary Celebration of the Christ Faith Church in Winneba.

He said the nation needs pace for President Atta Mills to execute his Better Ghana Agenda to improve the lot of the people.

The MP indicated that the government was doing its best to ensure peaceful and fair elections in December, and appealed to Ministers of the Gospel to use their pulpits to sensitize their congregations who are supporters of the various political parties to tolerate each others’ views and to desist from the use of abusive language towards peaceful elections in December.

Mr. Hammah urged Ghanaians to continue to pray for change of minds of people who in their quest to win power wished to bring confusion in the country.
On the biometric registration, the Minister advised the people to go to their polling stations in numbers to register when it commences in March to give them the mandate to vote in the forthcoming Presidential and Parliamentary elections in December 2012.

Prophet James Nkansah, Head pastor of the Church, appealed to politicians to let the interest of the Nation be their top most priority than the power they want to have.

He spoke against politics of insults saying it could create confusion in the country.

The church later prayed for peace in the country before, during and after the elections.