The Administrative Bishop of the Methodist Church Ghana, Rt. Rev. Dr. Paul Kwabena Boafo has called on the Ghana Methodist Students Union GHAMSU to be of good influence to students on various campuses and the youth in society at large.
He says it is important for Methodist students to live out their faith in exercising their witness to the gospel of Jesus Christ.
Methodist Administrative Bishop advises GHAMSU to be good example.
Rt. Rev. Dr. Boafo said these in an interview with ATL FM News after the official launch of the 9th Biennial and 53rd GHAMSU National Conference held here at the University of Cape Coast last Friday.
The conference, which aimed at taking stock of their activities in the previous year and re-strategize for the way forward of the union, conjoined all Methodist students from basic level to the tertiary level.
On the Union’s progress in the last two years, Rt. Rev. Dr. Paul Boafo congratulated them and urged them to also make it their aim to be of positive influence to society.
He also advised that the youth put up positive attitude to enable them take up the mantle as future leaders.
Giving details of this year’s theme: “The Role of Ambassadors in Sustaining our Missionary Gains’, the National President of GHAMSU, Samuel Bentil explained it is their priority to encourage the youth to desist from negative acts frowned upon in society.