The newly installed Chief of Jachie in the Bosomtwe District in the Ashanti Region will not have difficulties in human resources for the implementation of his developmental projects the best online free poker apps and ideas following his installation as the traditional overlord.
This is because the Local Council of Churches and the Jachie Unit Committee have pledged unflinching support for Baffour Kwaku Amoateng IV. The two bodies in separate interactions with TTV NEWS during the Thanksgiving Service held in honour of the new Chief at the Jachie School Park last Sunday said they are willing to offer any form of assistance within their remit for the course of the township.
Mr. Osei Christopher, Chairman of the Unit Committee told TTV NEWS his team has long been waiting for the installation of the Chief and therefore pledged to support him anytime they are called upon. He said the Unit Committee had been working closely with the elders years before the installation of Baffour Kwaku Amoateng IV and they will continue to do so.
“We have been working alongside with the elders ever since we assumed office and now that we have a Chief, we will continue to work with him, whatever support he may need we are prepared to offer him to help develop the community”.
Rev. Fr. Evans Oppong, Chairman of the Local Council of Churches explained the need for the mammoth Thanksgiving Service to TTV NEWS. He said “some time ago the Churches came together and prayed to God to give Jachie a Chief and God has answered our prayers and it is just right and perfect to bring the churches together again and thank God for that.”
According to him, there is a direct relationship between kingship and Christianity and that the local churches will unrelentingly support the Chief to implement his ideas which he says will mutually benefit the entire congregation in the area.
He continued the churches as part of their social responsibilities will willingly avail themselves for any form of service requested by the chief to help better the lives of the people. He added that when residents and for that matter Christians as the Lord’s flock live in a peaceful, healthy and developed environment, then their work as shepherds of the flock could be more effective, easier and efficient.
Rev Fr Evans called on the entire populace of Jachie to and all stakeholders to put their hands on the wheel to support Baffour Kwaku Amoateng IV to make the place a safe haven for all.