Ghanaians have been advised to aspire to moral uprightness for their spiritual uplift and national economic growth and development.
The Minister of Health, Ms. Sherry Ayittey, gave the advice at the 82nd National Annual Convention of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Mission, Ghana, at Winneba.
She stated: “We should know we all want to go to heaven when we die. One door to heaven is to live and die as a morally upright person.”
Ahmadis from various parts of the country and abroad attended the convention, which was on the theme: “Uprightness: The foundation for economic and special growth.”
Ms. Ayittey said the theme could not …read more at ghanaweb.com