The leadership of the NDC Proforum-North America has in a goodwill message to Christians urged caution and moderation in the Easter celebrations.
A statement signed by President of the group Arnold Appiah, said: “This season as always, reminds us of the sacrificial life of our Savior and his love for mankind, especially the poor, the marginalized and the oppressed in our society. It is our fervent prayer as leadership of the Proforum-North America that professionals and indeed the entire diaspora community replicate these virtues in our daily lives”.
The professional wing of the main opposition party also reminded Ghanaians be guided by the popular principles that, “one act of kindness, one act of generosity, one act of compassion, one act of forgiveness, one act of love, by one person to another, changes that other person’s life; and if one person’s life is changed then the world is changed and changed for the better”.
“We wish that during this period of reflection on the humility and exemplary life of our Lord Jesus Christ, our rank and file will be even more refreshed and energized for the task ahead of steering our dear nation Ghana back to a path of productive governance; firmly rooted in social democratic ideals” the statement said.
The NDC Proforum-North America leadership further called or sustained prayers and a unified front as professionals to prevail on the good people of Ghana to oust what it calls a government of deceit that is plaguing the country.
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