The Catholic Bishop of Sekondi-Takoradi Archdiocese, Most Rev John Bonaventure Kwofie, has revealed the corrupt people in Ghana.
According to him, the most corrupt people in the country are the educated class.
“I will like to call your attention to something I have found. I will say in this country, most of our educated people turn to be more corrupt than the uneducated ones,” said Rev John Bonaventure Kwofie during the launch ceremony of the Association of Catholic Teachers (ACT) held in Kumasi last weekend.
He added that, one does not need any analytical tool to ascertain the veracity of his statement.
"Though public and civil services, the security services, businessmen and women, political offices are being headed by educated people and Christians, corruption is still on the ascendancy.
“We have found out how corrupt our country is, and it’s still becoming," He noted.
Most Rev. John Kwofie emphasized that in the national political history when someone with less formal education appears on political scene vying for the highest office of the land there is a question of how such a person be the president.
In other news:
A mother of five children has returned to the classroom.
Ugwoke Odobo took the decision with the support of her husband. She enrolled into St. Andrew’s Secondary School in Nigeria, and is currently in JHS3.
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