The Deanery Youth Council of the Ho Diocese on Sunday, January 3, 2021, elected a new executive body to steer the affairs of the youth in the deanery.
The new body has various portfolios held by Madam Patience Fafa Kudu, President of the council, Bernard Quarshie holding the fort of a Vice President, Orlando Daniel as the Secretary with Dzifa Bridget Dompreh as the Vice Secretary, Charles Mawusi as the Financial Secretary, Prisca Ama Nkornu as the treasurer and Magdaline Agbenyo as the Organizing Secretary.
Affirming the need for the new executive body, Mr. John Wushidor, the outgone president of the council said the process was in line with the new directive from the Ghana Catholic Bishops’ Conference. He also urged all to accord the council with the needed respect and support as they take Office.
Jerry John Kotoka, a former Ho Diocesan Youth President admonished the new leaders of the deanery to be proactive and open to all members and always set the right standards as leaders of the youth in the deanery and the Diocese as a whole for the better growth of the Catholic church as we the youth are the future of the Church.
Madam Patience Fafa Kudu, the newly elected president pledged to work in the interest of the youth in the deanery for greater heights and admonished all to support the team to deliver on the mandate entrusted to them by the Council.