President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo has praised Ghanaian churches for their “outstanding contribution” to the fight against COVID-19.
Nana Akufo-Addo praised the churches for their contributions to the spread of information about the pandemic.
“The churches in Ghana almost rose to play a very important role as a man-to-man to bring relief and sustenance to our people who are trying to go through this very difficult period of COVID-19,” he said.
Speaking at the Jubilee House with the leadership of the All-African Council of Churches, Nana Akufo-Addo emphasized that collaboration between the church and government was evident during the outbreak.
“Today, Coronavirus is a relatively innocuous disease about which we know a lot.” It was unknown and difficult to understand back then, but the churches played an important role in finding solutions for the people of Ghana, and I will continue to express my deep appreciation and gratitude.”
The President has already announced government plans to honor and reward individuals and organizations involved in Ghana’s fight against COVID-19.
Among the categories to be recognized are 32 religious bodies and institutions.
Ghana has emerged as a global model for effective COVID-19 management.
Despite the fact that the pandemic claimed millions of lives worldwide, the government believes it was able to contain the situation, making Ghana one of only two countries to do so.
The government has attributed Ghana’s success so far in the fight against the coronavirus pandemic to President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-sterling Addo’s leadership.
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