Ghana bishop concerned about government takeover of schools
Catholic World News - October 19, 2012
The prelate who serves as episcopal chairman for education of Ghana’s National Catholic Secretariat has expressed concern about a state takeover of the management of Catholic mission schools.
The Church, said Bishop Matthew Gyamfi of Sunyani, “is the pillar in character formation and discipline at a time when the State is crying foul against indiscipline, immorality, corruption and other vices.”
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