The belief that crime can be minimized in communities by avoiding greed and selfishness is being upheld by Superintendent Minister of the Methodist Church Reverend Seth Ampadu. Speaking with Hot 7 Nightly News the reverend indicated that in today’s society, people value rich over the poor and this is a breeding ground for anger, greed, jealousy, selfishness, pride and revenge. He went on to express the importance of perception of rich and poor.

Ampadu highlighted that the way forward in bridging the gap between rich and poor and curtailing greed and crime lies in finding contentment.

Addressing the youth of the nation, Rev Ampadu sought to encourage them to invest in eternal dividends rather than temporary things of the world. Ampadu remarked that individuals should stop comparing themselves to others and live a more focused life on Christ, which should yield more contentment and less greed, thus minimizing crime and violence.

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