The Eastern Regional Co-ordinating Council, led by the Eastern Regional Minister, Hon. Seth Kwame Acheampong, on 31th December 2023, held a Regional Stakeholders thanksgiving service at the Presbyterian Church of Ghana, Ascension Congregation to give thanks and praise to God for seeing the Region through a peaceful and fruitful year.
In his message, the Eastern Regional Minister, Hon. Seth Kwame Acheampong expressed gratitude to God for ushering all stakeholders of Eastern Regional Co-ordinating Council through the year 2023.
He noted that, the year 2023 was started with thanksgiving service to God, where all stakeholders of the Regional Co-ordinating Council solicited the blessings of God for total guidance to execute mandated duties. He continued that, as the year was drawing to a close, it was appropriate that, stakeholders of the Regional Co-ordinating Council gave the due thanks to God and blessed His Holy name.
Hon. Seth Kwame Acheampong thanked the stakeholders for their immersed contribution towards the development of the region.
The Regional Minister noted that, the contribution of each stakeholder in the region was vital to the overall development of the region. He therefore appealed to the stakeholders once again to have a shared and collective responsibility of making the region a peaceful, progressive and developed one.
He highlighted the need to follow up on the various institutional visions as they dovetailed into the overall vision of the Eastern Regional Co-ordinating Council so that more successes would be chalked in the years to come.
The District Minister, Ascension Presbyterian Church, Koforidua, Rev. Justice Kwame Asumeng urged all stakeholders to work diligently in ensuring that the region continues to develop.
Rev. Justice Kwame Asumeng emphasized the need to put God first in all endeavors so that success would be achieved at the end.
Hon. Seth Kwame Acheampong and all stakeholders presents were prayed for by Rev. Justice Kwame Asumeng for obtained good health, favor and mercy from the Lord in the discharge of their official duties.