The Right Reverend Dr Gordon Kisseih, General Overseer of the Life International Church has called on the majority and the minority in Parliament to work in peace to ensure the passage of the Electronic Transaction Levy (E-Levy) Bill on Tuesday.

‘AS Ghanaians, we must cherish the peace the country enjoys and ensure that it is protected and sustained at all times to promote national cohesion and development’, he said.

Rev. Dr Kisseih made the call at the launch of this year’s conference of the church in Accra on Sunday.

It is intended to serve as a platform for divine visitation of the community and grand them new energy for the year.

It is also to offer the community abundant restoration for what the Covid-19 pandemic had destroyed.

It would also offer believers another hope and the economy and industries as well as ministries back on track.

Speakers expected to address the conference are Most Rev. Dr Agyinasre, General Overseer of the Perez Dome, Rt. Rev. Dr Ampiah Kwofie, General Overseer of the Global Revival Ministries, and Rev. Dr Isaac Quaye, General Overseer of Word of Life Christian Centre.

Rev. Dr Kisseih appealed to the citizenry to ensure that the nation remained peaceful to drive growth and development.

He expressed his heartfelt condolences to the families of the victims of the Apiatse explosion in the Bogoso District of the Western Region.

The General Overseer commended the government, security agencies, and health services for the roles they played during the disaster.

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