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Catholic Priest Appointed High Court Judge

Members of the Catholic Church in Ghana have met with excitement the news of one of their priests appointed to the High Court in Ghana.

Rev. Fr. Joseph Adu Owusu-Agyemang, the parish priest at the All Saints Catholic Church, Santasi Fankyenebra in the Kumasi Archdiocese was appointment as a High Court Judge by President Akufo-Addo on Wednesday, September 15.

He has been in the legal field before his ordination as a catholic priest in 2007. After his ordination, he continued to pursue his passion and has now been appointed as a high court judge.

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Since Rev. Fr. Adu has taken up this new position, Rev. Fr. Peter Wiafe Akenten is currently the acting parish priest for All Saints Catholic Church.

His Honour , Rev. Fr. Adu-Wusu Agyemang and Lawyer Gary Nimako

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