The third Christian Witness in the Public Arena Seminar of the Institute for Christian Impact (ICI), was held from the 1st of July to the 7th of July 2018 at the Hephzibah Christian Centre in Kitase, Aburi, Ghana. Hephzibah Christian Centre, in partnership with ICI, provided accommodation and all necessary meals for all the participants. 61 persons in all, including delegates and speakers from twelve different nations, participated in this preliminary seminar with West Africans being the most predominant group represented. ICI was deliberate at bringing together delegates from Francophone and Anglophone West Africa to reflect on issues confronting the continent. Countries represented include Burkina Faso, La Cote D’Ivoire, Ghana, Nigeria and Sierra Leone. Speakers and facilitators were from South Africa, Ghana, Uganda, Nigeria, USA & Zimbabwe.
There were about 50 male and 11 female delegates, from both Anglophone and Francophone nations. Registration for all participants began Sunday 1st of July where delegates paid for their registration, received their name tags as well as folders containing all necessary information for the seminar. The participation of the Francophone delegates made the Institute contract the services of a professional translation and interpreting firm headed by Mr. Martin Matrevi to perform all necessary interpretation from English-French and vice versa during all the sessions.
The full report is contained in a report you can download here.