Saki (Near Tema) Clergies in the country have been urged to unite amongst themselves to propel rapid development within their various communities and the country at large.
Delivering a sermon at the annual thanks giving service Organized by Nii Tetteh Oglie II Chief of the Nmlitsakpo Traditional Area at Saki, a community in the Nmlitsakpo electoral area in the Kpone-Katamanso Municipality of the Greater Accra Region.
Rev.Dr Kingsley Ahiaku, residence Pastor at the Power Center Assemblies of God Church in Saki noted that the only way to develop a nation was to aspire for unity.
Rev. Dr Ahiaku further preached that without unity it would be very difficult for Christians to have break through in their lives, adding that the Nation Ghana needed unity across all divides for rapid development.
The Man of God note that Christians including the clergies now a days were more self-centered than ensuring a collective approach in achieving the needed results adding that God only work effectively where there is unity.
He noted that in unity layed strength to explore greater prospects, citing the Biblical tower of Babel story stressing that when the Clergies saw them selves as one people with a common call in the Christendom no individual or government could break their front.
Rev, Dr Ahiaku further advised Christians not allow political parties divide them but must at all time be tolerant to each other and see themselves as one people working for the welfare of the members and the country at large.
Over 1,500 Christians from different denominations converged at the forecourt of the Saki chief palace for the annual thanks giving service.