The Management and staff of the Agricultural Development Bank (ADB) on Saturday offered prayers for their customers across the country asking for God’s blessings for them.
The Reverend Emmanuel Markwei, Head of Operations at ADB, led the team asking for long-life, prosperity, peace, happiness and growth in the businesses of their customers.
He explained that they were in business because of their customers and there, was, therefore, the need for them to pray for them because the prosperity of the customers meant prosperity for the staff.
The prayers were offered as part of an annual thanksgiving service held by the Bank to give thanks to God for protection and guidance throughout the year.
The bankers also prayed for the national prosperity, the media, the 2012 Elections, national peace and God’s blessings, guidance and protection of the management and staff.
Rev. Father Joseph Mensah, Parish Priest of the Corpus Christi Roman Catholic Church at Sakumono, who delivered the sermon, lauded the event and said it was important they gave thanks to God for His protection and guidance throughout the year.
“Whether you give thanks to God or not, He is God and He created you,” he said, advising the staff to behave in a way that is worthy of emulation.
Rev. Fr. Mensah said: “You are the salt of the earth; you are the light of the earth and must live lives that portray your saltiness and make you shine.”
Mr Stephen Kpordzih, Managing Director of the Bank, expressed gratitude to their customers for their loyalty saying, “Customers are the reason we are here and they are the reason we will continue to be here.”
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