FMC to support CHRAJ in uprooting corruption in Ghana


A delegation from the Commission on Human Rights and Administrative Justice [CHRAJ] today paid a visit to the headquarters of the Federation of Muslim Councils of Ghana [FMC] in Accra to brief its officials on the formation of National Anti-Corruption Action [NACAP].

CHRAJ delegation which was led by its Deputy Commissioner Richard A. Quayson extended invitation to the FMC to partner with them in the implementation process of the ten-year advocacy and implementation plan against corruption. Mr. Quayson said faith based organizations of which FMC is a part have important roles to play in the anti-corruption implementation process because they are closely attached to their followers spiritually.

He therefore said that the Muslim leaders are required to use their pulpits to preach to members of their congregations to eschew corruption in their work places in government and private firms, the community and their religious bodies.

That he said would go a long way to help reduce corruption in the nation. The coordinator of the FMC Alhaji Abdallah Showmie Williams who welcomed the delegation, commended the CHARAJ for championing the adoption of the National Anti-Corruption Action Plan and promised the preparedness of FMC to partner with them to implement the plan. he said “while we make effort to implement the plan ministers the police and other high ranking officiBY ALHAJI ALHASAN ABDULAIals must play their parts by staying clear from corruption in their work places adding that is the only the plan would be useful to us all in Ghana.


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