Corruption making poor poorer in society – Methodist Bishop

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“The rich are living in luxury and wantonness at the expense of the poor, while the people in authority are growing fat and enjoying good life, oblivious of the fact that our schools have no chalk,” he stated.

  Doomsday
He said the church had been so silent in the face of human exploitation and not outspoken enough for the poor and oppressed, pointing out that it was time the church let everybody know that every day was doomsday, “not only for the individual Christian and the believer but also those who hold great economic and political power”.

                                                                 Frustration of parents

 The Bishop noted that young people had become a source of frustration to parents, teachers and the nation as a whole and it was very important that the church took a serious view at providing comprehensive training for children and the teeming youth in the church.

  Minister
The Deputy Western Regional Minister, Mr Alfred Ekow Gyan, said the government was doing all in its power and capability to manage the economy properly but called on everyone to show patriotism, discard any pessimism and come together as one people to confront the challenges head-on.

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