Eschew selfishness – President John Dramani Mahama counsels Ghanaians.

President John Dramani Mahama has counselled Ghanaians to do away with selfishness and rather work hard in contributing to the development of the nation.

“Let's work not only for tomorrow and not only for ourselves, but for our communities and our great country.”

Drawing from Jesus Christ’s Easter lesson of sacrifice for mankind, President Mahama asked all to embrace love and sacrifice.

“True heroes give their blood and endure humiliation for the sake of an idea or maybe for the birth of a nation,” he stated in his Easter message to Ghanaians.

He, particularly, called on all and sundry to make conscious efforts at helping the marginalized in society.

“Let's help, as much as we can, the poor and the ill. Let's have patience with our children and play with them until they grow mature. Let's take care of our old parents and grandparents and remember that only their bodies age, not their souls.”

In doing so, the nation, according to President Mahama, stands to be the biggest beneficiary.



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