Catholic University of Ghana Announces Inaugural Leadership Lecture Series Addressing Corruption

  • March 9, 2024

Sunyani, Ghana – The Catholic University of Ghana, Fiapre - Sunyani, has launched an ambitious initiative to foster dialogue on ethical and transformational leadership through its First Annual Leadership Lecture Series. This groundbreaking event, focusing on combating corruption, is scheduled for the 15th of March, 2024, at the university’s Lecture Theatre 1 (LT1), starting at 4:00 PM.

Under the theme "Ethical and Transformational Leadership: Panacea to the Corruption Menace in Ghana," the lecture series aims to ignite a crucial conversation about integrity and accountability in leadership roles. The university has expressed its commitment to nurturing leaders who can influence positive change and address the pressing issue of corruption that hampers growth and development in Ghana and beyond.

The distinguished guest speaker for the inaugural lecture is Mr. Daniel Yaw Domelevo, the esteemed former Auditor General of Ghana. Mr. Domelevo is renowned for his uncompromising stance on corruption and his dedication to public service integrity. His tenure as Auditor General was marked by significant efforts to enhance transparency and fiscal accountability in Ghana's public sector.

“The choice of Mr. Domelevo as our keynote speaker reflects our dedication to providing our students and community with exemplary models of leadership," said the university spokesperson. "We believe his insights will inspire a new generation of ethical leaders.”

The Catholic University of Ghana has extended an open invitation to students, faculty members, policy-makers, business leaders, civil society organizations, and the general public to attend this enlightening event. The institution hopes that this lecture series will catalyze change, sparking widespread reforms in leadership practices throughout the nation.

This initiative is part of the Catholic University of Ghana’s broader mission to contribute to national development through high-quality education and moral formation. By hosting such a pivotal discussion on ethical leadership, the university reasserts its role as a beacon of knowledge and moral guidance in higher education.


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