Sunday, November 5, 2017

See Corruption As A Malady, Public Urged

1:02:00 PM

Reverend Dr Daniel Saaka, a Lecturer at the St. Victors Catholic Seminary in Tamale, has called on the public to see corruption as a sickness they are ready to risk their lives to cure.

He said all the magnificent policies and programmes, seminars and fora they organised for the poor, would work only when corruption was dealt with, adding that we must all have the positive spirit that corruption can be eliminated.

Rev. Dr. Saaka, who was speaking during the National Seminar on Ensure no One is Left Behind, held in Wa, said the Church must not only be seen to be fighting corruption, but should be relentless in the effort.

He urged all to see the seminar as one which would allow them to grow in the conviction that sharing with the poor enabled them to understand the deepest truth of the Gospel.

Rev. Dr. Saaka said there is the need for The World Day of the Poor to be given prominence in the annual programme of the Churchs charities as proposed by Pope Francis for celebration on November 19 every year.

As Ghana continues the implementation of the SDGs and Ghanas Social Protection Policy, the call for solidarity with the poor, is very significant, he said.

Farming should be presented to our young people as the รข€˜New Gold Mine of our country, he said adding that this would ensure food security.

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