Let keep our environment clean: District Pastor of the Church of the Lord Brotherhood advice Ghanaians.

Archdeacon Eric Mantey, Head Pastor of the Church of the Lord Brotherhood, Akyem Oda District, has urged Ghanaians to keep their environment clean.

Speaking to the media after their 50th anniversary celebration, he emphasized the importance of cleanliness, especially during the rainy season, to prevent sickness.

He encouraged individuals to stop throwing rubbish into gutters and adopt the habit of regularly cleaning them.

Archdeacon Mantey also called for peace in the upcoming elections, reminding Ghanaians that they are one people and should not allow themselves to be manipulated into doing harm.

He emphasized the need for accountability and urged everyone to work towards a peaceful election.

The Deputy Minister of Health and MP for Akyem Oda constituency, Hon. Alexander Akwasi Acquah, echoed the need for peace and urged Ghanaians to continue praying for the government to deliver on its mandate.


He emphasized the importance of electing leaders who have the country’s best interests at heart and encouraged the public not to be influenced by violence.

Hon. Acquah highlighted the government’s efforts in improving healthcare, citing the Agenda 111 project, and emphasized the need for accessible healthcare facilities, especially in emergency situations.

He encouraged the public to maintain the NPP party in power, citing their achievements in the health sector.

Deacon Koranteng, administrator of The Church of the Lord Brotherhood, Akyem District, clarified that the church is not occultic and urged the public to stop perpetuating that misconception.

He emphasized the importance of peace in the upcoming elections.


Report by Samuel Quao.