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16th January 2012, 09:09 PM
The Right Reverend Dr Daniel Yinkah-Sarfo, Anglican Bishop of Kumasi, has admonished workers to uphold good work ethics to help increase productivity.

He said they needed to accept to work hard and cut down waste to put the economy on the path of growth.

He was preaching at a special thanksgiving and induction service organized by the Saint Christopher Garrison Anglican Church at the Uaddara Barracks, Kumasi, for Dr Louis Bartels Charles des Bordes, on his appointment as Board Chairman of the Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital (KATH).

It brought together the clergy, other board members, directors, secretaries and health professionals at the facility.

The Rt. Rev. Yinkah-Sarfo spoke on the theme: “Called to serve” and said the Church, Ghana and for that matter Africa were crying for moral leadership.

He said it was important for people in leadership to be disciplined, selfless, honest, reliable, hardworking, righteous, to be law-abiding and refuse to be corrupted.

He noted that Ghana was endowed with material and human resources but the missing link had been the lack of moral leadership to make things better for all.

He told the people to recognize that they had all been called to impact positively on the society and must do everything to contribute their bit to develop the economy.

Dr Des Bordes on his part thanked all those who in diverse ways had supported him in his career.

Intercessory prayers were said for the political leadership, the church and labour.