A recent report by Transparency International which rated Ghana as the second most corrupt country in the world has been described as a serious indictment on the performance of the church ( Christian community) in the country.
Mr Christopher Ampedu Executive Director of the West Africa Office of Samaritan Strategy made the observation in an interview with Peace fm.
He noted that majority of the people in the country are Christians hence if corruption is on the ascendancy in the country then one will question the impact of the church on society.
Source: Emmanuel Akorli/ Peacefm
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