On Tuesday, December 20, 2022, the CSIR-Soil Research Institute (SRI) held a Christmas Carol Service and Staff Durbar to honor and celebrate the outstanding work done by SRI management, employees, and retirees at the institute Sofernet Conference Room in Kumasi.
The service consisted of lessons and songs from the book of John 1:12-14, aimed at singing melodies to announce the joyous Christmas season and to give thanks to God for protecting
CSIR-SRI management and workers during the year.
In his sermon on the topic “The Benefits of the birth of Christ,” Elder Anthony Anokye (CSIR-SRI Staff) encouraged management and staff to recommit their lives to God’s plan and purposes.
Elder Anokye advised the staff to forsake the drag him / of her down syndrome and instead function as one another’s keepers to improve the institute in 2023.
“The benefit of the birth of Christ is remission and forgiveness of our sins (Ephesians 2:12-14)”, he added. He, therefore, urged the staff to demonstrate true humility towards one another.
Dr. Edward Yeboah, director of CSIR-SRI, in his New Years’ message, reminded staff to be mindful of SRI staff nomination forms by registering and updating their records to avoid unforeseen circumstances in the future.
According to Dr.Yeboah, despite the many difficulties faced by many organizations around the world in 2022, the year gave CSIR-SRI some minor success.
He listed a few projects that CSIR-SRI would profit from in 2023 and urged employees to adopt a positive attitude to these projects.