Commit to fighting Corruption

Speaking in an interview with GPCC NEWS Team, he said governments and politicians must make conscious efforts to punish their own people who engaged in corrupt acts.

“Government is not fighting enough to deal with corruption.  Past and present governments are not committed to the fight against corruption,” he indicated.

Highlighting on Commitment, Bishop Mensah explained that, commitment is not about what someone doesn’t feel like doing or not wanting to do, but what someone should do because it needs to be done and ought to be done.

Bishop Mensah who is also the President of Full Gospel Church International urged government to honour the fight against corruption to enhance development in the country.

According to him, if Ghana’s population makes up 70 per cent of Christians and there is high rate of corruption in the country then it is problematic.

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