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Use Easter to light up the peace pipe in Bawku, according to Bishop Luguterah

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The General Overseer of the Kings Christian Ministry in Tamale, Bishop Professor Albert Luguterah, has urged the rival sides in the Bawku chieftaincy struggle to endeavour for peace in the spirit of Easter.

The most significant and historic holiday in the Christian calendar is Easter, which commemorates Jesus Christ’s suffering, death, and resurrection from the dead on the cross to atone for humankind’s sins following the fall of the “first Adam.”

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In an interview with the GNA in Tamale, Bishop Luguterah, who made the request, said that because Easter is a time of tolerance, community, peace, and reconciliation, all squabbling sides must smoke the peace pipe in order for stability and development to flourish.

Easter is a time to embrace one another as brothers and sisters in the Lord and to put all evil, including unforgiveness and bitterness, to rest.

He pointed out that the effects of the violence in the region harmed not just its socioeconomic operations but also the people’s spiritual development and general well-being.

“Just as Christ gave his life for our redemption, residents must show one another the love of God. For the region to have long-lasting peace, it is crucial that the rival factions put aside their disagreements as well, he said.

Bishop Luguterah prayed for Bawku to be stabilised by God’s everlasting peace.

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