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Lord, deliver us from Despotic, Tyrannic and Corrupt Leaders - Anglican Priest Prays for Ghana

A new Civil Service Organisation ( CSO) has been launched in Accra at the Erata Hotel today, Tuesday, 21st September, 2021. The name the Advocacy group is Solidaire Governance Forum. The purpose of this Forum is to speak for the voiceless and the less privileged in Ghana. The Honorary President of this Solidaire Governance Forum Forum is Dr Cadman Mills. Dr Mills is a brother to Ghana's late President, Professor John Evans Atta Mills.File photo - Dr Cadman Mills

According to the Executive Director of Solidaire Ghana, Mr Benjamin Essuman, the new Think Tank would be giving lectures and Talks dubbed "The Agenda for Ghana". He said, " we would be having lectures, hopefully starting from next month. Expect fire works from us. We want to transform Ghana with our views and opinions".

There was an immediate fire work of what the group promises to offer as the Anglican Priest who said the opening prayer hammered on corruption in his prayer. He said, " we live near a stream but we are dying of thirst. We live on the land of honey and milk, yet we are hungry. Lord, deliver us from despotic leaders, tyrannical rulers, radicalism, vigilantism and cronyism. We pray against leaders who enrich themselves at the expense of the masses".

File photo - Dr Nana Yaa Jantuah

The General Secretary of the Convention People's Party ( CPP) and Chairperson for the Launch, Dr Nana Yaa Jantuah said Solidaire Governance Forum is formed based Social Democracy Principles. " Ghana is sick. So let us come on board to save Ghana from poverty. Solidaire would be a voice for the people who go to bed with empty stomachs". She said.

The Solidaire Governance Forum can boast of learned and entrepreneurial personalities as it's Fellows. Professor Raymond Atuguba and Nii Noi Dowuna are just a couple.

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