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David Doe Ayornoo is currently the College Librarian, Ada College of Education, Ghana. He holds an MPhil, Religion and Human Values from the University of Cape Coast, Ghana and MA in Governance and Sustainable Development from the same institution. He also holds an M.A in Library Studies from the University of Ghana, Legon. He has Research interests in Religious and Moral Education, Church History, African Traditional Religion, Bibliographic works and academics, Mobile devices and information use and Collection development.
Frederick Mensah Bonsu is currently a Senior Tutor (Religious and Moral Education) at the Wesley College of Education, Kumasi, Ghana. He is also a PhD. Candidate at the Department of Religious Studies, Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, Ghana. He holds an MPhil. Religion and Human Values and Master of Education (Educational Administration) from the University of Cape Coast, Ghana. He has Research interests in Morality and Social Values in Africa, African Traditional Religion, Church History and Inter-faith and Religious Tolerance.