Dr George Prah, National President of Full Gospel Business Men’s Fellowship International, has called on Ghanaians to help fight corruption which has eaten deep into the society.
He said corruption is a menace that needs the efforts of all to be uprooted at an outreach meeting of the East Legon Chapter of the Fellowship in Accra.
Dr Prah expressed regret that corruption is always tagged on government officials and politicians even though everyone is part of the social canker, hence the need for the joining of hands to eliminate the problem.
Commenting on the Election 2016, he called on churches to pray for the sustenance of the peace the country is enjoying.
Dr Prah noted that for any country to be developed there is the need for the people to embrace peace at all times.
He therefore appealed to politicians to desist from using the youth to cause chaos in the country.
Mr Kojo Mensa Amissah, President of the East Legon Chapter of the Fellowship said the body would regularly sing the National Anthem during their meetings as a way of instilling a sense of patriotism into their members. GNA