The Founding father of the World Miracle Outreach, Dr Lawrence Tetteh, has referred to as on Ghanaians to forgive the indigenes of Denkyira Obuasi who lynched Main Maxwell Mahama, a soldier who was with a detachment of troopers on obligation within the space.
“It’s time to present love, reconnect and are available collectively as a nation to forgive the individuals of Denkyira Obuasi,” Dr Tetteh stated.
The evangelist believes a nationwide tragedy occurred within the city, “and that as a nation we’re all responsible in in some way for shedding harmless blood”.
Dr Tetteh, who was at Denkyira Obuasi to launch a three-day campaign titled, “Complete restoration,” met with elders and the youth of the city who’re serving to with preparations for the campaign scheduled to come back off on October 11, 12 and 13 this yr.
The chief linguist of the city, Okyeame Asare, additionally requested the nation for forgiveness. He admitted that the crime dedicated was a grievous one, saying the incident had badly affected the townsfolk.
“Although not all of the individuals had been concerned, we’ve got all been linked to the crime and are struggling the repercussions,” he stated.
Peace and calm
He stated the city was peaceable and calm for the time being with individuals who left the city out of concern now returning, excluding those that had been nonetheless fugitives of the legislation.
In accordance with him, there are improved relations between the individuals and the safety which can be within the space to examine unlawful mining.
He stated there was no unlawful mining exercise happening within the city and neither had been the individuals engaged in unlawful mining.
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