Special Prosecutor Should Be Fair To All
The Senior Pastor of the First Baptist church, Tema. has admonished the newly nominated Special Prosecutor, Mr Martin Amidu, to be fair and bring justice to the people of Ghana.
“ Corruption is not just a perception, corruption is real. I believe with the coming of the Special Prosecutor, it would be a warning to all that if we take the nation for granted, the law will catch up with us.” Reverend David Kwame said this on Sunday.
In an interview with the Ghana News Agency (GNA) on the sidelines of the sod-cutting ceremony for the commencement of a multi purpose development project at the church premises, he said corruption was an ungodly act and that Christains should avoid and condemn it.
The project, which would cost about two million dollars, would be funded through contributions of members with the first phase expected to be completed between 12 and 15 weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. Francis Tuyee, who were founding members of the church, and had been fellowshipping with the church for over forty years, cut the sod for the commencement of the project.
They expressed joy to have been part of the history and development of the Church.