The President of the Republic of Ghana, Nana Akufo-Addo, has thanked Ghanaian churches for their “outstanding contribution” to the fight against COVID-19.

President Nana Akufo-Addo praised the churches for their contributions to the spread of knowledge about the pandemic.

“The churches in Ghana virtually awoke to play a very crucial role as a man-to-man to bring relief and sustenance to our people who are trying to go through this very difficult era of COVID-19,” he remarked.


While speaking at the Jubilee House with the leadership of the All African Council of Churches, Nana Akufo-Addo emphasised that the partnership between the church and government was evident during the pandemic.

“Today, coronavirus is a relatively innocuous disease about which we know a lot; back then, it was unknown and difficult to understand, but the churches played an important role in trying to find some solutions for the people of Ghana, for which I will continue to express my deep gratitude and gratitude.”

President Akufo-Addo disclosed government intentions to honour and award various stakeholders involved in Ghana’s fight against the COVID-19 pandemic.


Among the categories to be recognised are 32 religious organisations 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 claims it was able to contain the problem, making Ghana one of just two countries that fared better.

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