Religious Leaders Are Not Silent On National Interest Issues- Methodist Bishop
The Presiding Bishop of Methodist Church Ghana, Most Rev Dr Paul Kwabena Boafo has hinted that, religious leaders of the country are not silent on issues bordering the country as claimed by many.
In an interview with the media at the palace of Nene Tetteh Djaba Ablezee IV on a courtesy call at Plau a suburb of Somanya, the Presiding Bishop admitted that, they are aware of the challenges and hardships of the citizenry.
Most Rev.Dr Boafo stressed on some challenges and hardships of the citenzry such as; Poor road networks, High rate of Unemployment among others.
According to him, they always preach the welfare of the citizenry and directions of development to political leaders whenever given the opportunity.
He added that, Ghanaians expect religious leaders to come out publicly to share their opinion on the challenges and hardships of the country which he said, they have many ways of addressing such issues.
He therefore revealed that, the religious leaders has a strong relationship with the government of Ghana which at anytime when they meet issues are address to the President at close doors.
“Not that we don’t talk we talk” Most Rev.Dr Boafo stated.
He concluded by urging other institutions in the country to also support with their little resources by way of helping build the nation to reduce a portion of burden on government.
BY: Jaman Dehyee Opambour