The Member of Parliament for Korle Klottey constituency has through her observations realized the need to pray for God's Grace.
According to the seasoned medical officer, the time has come for Africa to rise up and call for God's grace and interventions.
On how the Africa continent can see massive development, Dr. Zanetor has called for intensive strategies and demonstrating love for and among ourselves.
Dr. Zanetor has swiftly called for the stoppage of adopting and applying foreign-based formulas in planning the future.
"We need to pray for God’s Grace. As Africans, we need to be strategic and organized and more caring about one another. We need to stop using someone else’s formula to define our identity; someone else’s books/pen to learn our history; someone else’s agenda to plan our future."
Dr. Zenator Agyeman-Rawlings is the eldest daughter of the first (1st) President of the fouth (4th) Republic of Ghana Jerry John Rawlings and former first lady Nana Konadu Agyemang.
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