Helping the Poor......
The PSOJ, he suggested could establish a think tank to explore avenues in which companies could reach out to the poor, which he said could make a major impact on poverty alleviation.
In the meantime, Father Albert urged the PSOJ to become proactive and plan debates between aspiring candidates vying for political office. "The society should be on election alert and if civil society neglects to take the lead, corruption takes over," said the Catholic priest.
"Corruption in the country has become institutionalised while our teachers, nurses, doctors and police are told there is no money in the budget," said Father Albert. He added that when government wants to, it finds money, and urged the administration to pay those who serve the poor.
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