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Politicians Insult Adults For Appointments – Methodist Bishop

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Politicians Insult Adults For Appointments – Methodist Bishop

The Presiding Bishop of the Methodist Church, Most Reverend Titus Awotwi Pratt, is demanding a patching up of the nation’s equity and political frameworks as they don’t augur well for the nation’s advancement.


The structures that make up the two frameworks, he clarifies are frail clearing path for undesirable practices to happen in this manner smothering advancement of the nation.

One of such works on, as per him, is defilement propagated by the decision class which the nation’s legitimate framework treats with kid gloves.


The equity framework, he included either delays in mediation of political issues or pass on weaker disciplines for the most exceedingly awful offense by government officials when mellow offenses of the majority are speedily attempted with harsher disciplines which typically don’t compare with the offense.

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Talking at the Thanksgiving Service at the Wesley Methodist Cathedral Church in Cape Coast for the Late Vice President Paa Kwesi Amissah Arthur, the Presiding Methodist Bishop required the cautious determination of people into initiative positions who might affect society decidedly like the late Amissah-Arthur did.

The nation, he included must not remunerate average quality particularly the individuals who affront instead of offering fitting elective perspective.


“Speak the truth in our politics and you will never be promoted to any level, young boys and girls insult adults in public and they are given promotions and appointed to higher places, this is the type of politics in Ghana.

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“Now they are calling bishops and high priests to go and beg because of cars. We will begin to know the owners of all those fuel stations springing up every day in the corners of this nation,” Most Reverend Awotwi Pratt said

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