Churches and Mosques should be blame for deeply rooted corruption and galamsay activities in Ghana
The Acting Union President of Ghana Union Conference of the Seventh Day Adventist Church Pastor Dr. Kwame Annor-Boahen has blamed the church, mosque and civil servants for contributing to the deeply rooted corruption in the country.
If the country’s resources are harnessed effectively and equally distributed without corruption, no Ghanaian would complain of poverty.
Pastor Dr Annor-Boahen further called for discipline among the moral fibre of the population to rib the galamsay menace in a bud.
Pastor Dr Annor-Boahen said this at an Ordination of eleven (11) Pastors into the Gospel Ministry of the Seventh Day Adventist Church.
Meanwhile, the President of Mid-West Ghana Conference, Pastor Maxwell Obour Boateng (MOBA) says the ordination of eleven Pastors would help boost the integrity of the Pastors of the church.
He advised environmental health department to ban the use of broom sweeping in the course of the national cleaning exercise.
According to him, broom sweeping causes major pollution to the environment and damages human respiratory.
He therefore suggested for grass planting and nursing of flowers in the backyards and streets to prevent pollution.
story by, Nana Asempa Asa