New Times Corporation holds annual thanksgiving service

New Times Corporation holds annual thanksgiving service

The New Times Corporation (NTC) has held an annual thanksgiving service to usher in the New Year.

Staff sang praises, danced and prayed to commit themselves into the hands of God. They also asked for protection and guidance as the year unfolds.

Speaking under the theme; ‘ ‘Four pills for divine success’ Rev. Joseph Oman Ocquaye, of the Presbyterian Church of Ghana, urged the staff to embrace them­selves for the good things God had planned for them this year.

Rev Joseph Oman Ocquaye preaching a sermon Photos Lizzy Okai
Rev Joseph Oman Ocquaye preaching a sermon Photos Lizzy Okai

Touching on the four pills, Rev. Osman mentioned that one needs to be blameless, upright, God-fearing and avoid evil this New Year to attract God’s blessings and favour.

Rev Joseph Oman Ocquaye [middle] praying for the Corporation with him right Mr Adu-Owusu.
Rev Joseph Oman Ocquaye [middle] praying for the Corporation with him right Mr Adu-Owusu.

Referencing Job 1:1-12, he urged the staff to emulate the lifestyle of Job and try as much as possible to live a blameless and upright life in order to extract the good things God has in store for them.

The Managing Director of the Corporation, Mr Martin Adu- Owusu thanked the staff for their hard work over the previous year and urged them to put in much efforts to possess every good thing God has planned for them this year.

“I want to use this opportunity to commend all of you for what you have done in the last year. It was a very difficult year but you worked hard and we are here today thank­ing God for that. I am so grateful for you all for your sacrifices’.

There were some ministrations at the event as staff danced and praised God for his blessings.

• Rev Ocquaye [second from right] with Mr Martin
Adu-Owusu (second left) Mr Dave Agbenu, [ieft]
and Mr Osman after the thanksgiving service
• Rev Ocquaye [second from right] with Mr Martin Adu-Owusu (second left) Mr Dave Agbenu, [ieft] and Mr Osman after the thanksgiving service

Management members present were Mr. David Agbenu, Editor of the Ghanaian Times, Mr. Suleman Osman, Acting Human Resource Manager, Mrs. Georgina Naa- Maku Quaittoo, Acting Editor of The Spectator and Mr. Ismaila At­taul-lah, Head of Audit.

• Mrs Quaittoo the of the Spectator
[middle] singing at the church service
with Mr Agbenu [left] Times and Mr.
Suleman Osman
• Mrs Quaittoo the of the Spectator [middle] singing at the church service with Mr Agbenu [left] Times and Mr. Suleman Osman

By Elizabeth Agyeibea Ackon

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