Source: GNA

Rev Ernest Appiah, pastor in-charge of the Gomoa Aboso A.M.E. Zion Church, has appealed to Ghanaians to pray and fast for the three West African countries attacked by Ebola.

He said the Liberia, Sierra Leone and Guinea were losing human resources and economic growth as a result of the dreadful disease and needed divine intervention.

Rev. Appiah said this when he delivered a sermon at the Annual Harvest and Thanksgiving service at Gomoa Aboso near Agona Swedru.

The fund raising was organized in aid of the Mission House and Construction of Conference Hall.

Rev Appiah said Christians and Muslims in Ghana “should continuously be praying and fasting for the Almighty God to wipe away this dangerous disease.”

On sanitation, Rev Appiah appealed to the Ghanaians to keep their environment clean to avoid outbreak of diseases and urged people who dump refuse at unapproved places to stop.

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