Solving Party Militia: Let’s deal decisively with corruption - Mahama proposes
Former President John Dramani Mahama has called on the clergy to partner various stakeholders in dealing decisively with corruption as well as ridding the country of the activities of party militia which is a source of worry to many, MyNewsGh.com reports.
He observed that these two when properly dealt with could transform the country to inure to the benefit of the citizenry, expressing his confidence in religious leaders to help deal with the situation head on.
During a courtesy call on him by the Metropolitan Archbishop of Accra Archdiocese, Most Rev. John Bonaventure Kwofie, Mr. Mahama thanked him for his encouragement and blessings and prayed for God’s grace to enable him successfully shepherd his flock to the Kingdom of God in the Accra Archdiocese
“Thank you, for your visit, encouragement and blessings. I am confident that together, we can work to rid Ghana of party militias, deal decisively with corruption and transform Ghana for the benefit of all Ghanaians. I wish you God’s grace as you shepherd his flock to his Kingdom in the Accra Archdiocese.
Most Reverend John Bonaventure Kwofie was appointed Metropolitan Archbishop of Accra by Pope Francis on January 2, 2019. He was officially installed as Archbishop on March 1, 2019. Prior to his new posting he was the Bishop of the Sekondi-Takoradi Diocese of the church.
The Metropolitan Archbishop was accompanied by an eleven-man team comprising Francis Adoboli – Vicar General, Anthony Adu-Mensah – Chancellor & Secretary to the Archbishop, Joseph Arthur – Financial Administrator, Samuel Filton-Mensah – Cathedral Administrator, Andrew Quaye-Foli – Priest in charge of Religious, Charles Ackon – Protocol, Emmanuel Gosu – Dean of Tema-Battor Deanery, John Benyah Mensa – Dean of Madina Deanery, Thomas Betuyre – Dean of Mamprobi Deanery, Peter Rocky Hesse – Dean of Kpehe Deanery, Edmund Donkor-Baine – Dean of Kaneshie.