Responsible Leadership Comes with a Sense of Duty

The Winneba Area Head of the Church of Pentecost, Apostle Emmanuel Offei Ankrah-Badu has observed that Ghana can achieve optimum development if citizens become very responsible in whatever endeavor they find themselves. He noted that the country has been lacking behind in terms of development due to mediocrity, high level of corruption, lawlessness and other social ills in the Ghanaian society. Delivering a sermon during thanksgiving service for Prof. George K. T. Oduro and Rev. Prof. Seth Asare-Danso at the Bethel Congregation of the Presbyterian Church of Ghana in Cape Coast, Apostle Ankrah-Badu said responsible leadership must come with a sense of duty, accountability and excellence to rise above mediocrity. Prof. Oduro was recently elected to take the position of Pro-Vice-Chancellor effective January 2016 for a three year term whilst Rev. Prof. Asare-Danso was also promoted to Associate Professor. Apostle Ankrah-Badu advised citizens to accept responsibility for their actions and desist from blaming others.  Present at the service were some family members of Prof. Oduro and Rev. Prof. Asare-Danso.