2nd Phase

2nd Phase Of Pentecost Weaving Centre Inaugurated In Bawku

The second phase of the Bawku Area Weaving Centre of The Church of Pentecost has been rolled out at Bawku.

Speaking at a colourful ceremony to inaugurate the centre on August 19, 2021, the Bawku Area Head of the church, Apostle Eric Gyambibi Boateng, revealed that the vision of establishing the weaving centre forms part of the Area’s social intervention activities in pursuance of the 5-year strategic vision (Vision 2023) of the church dubbed “Possessing the Nations.”

The establishment of the centre, according to him, will ameliorate the unemployment situation in the Bawku Area and curb the menace of rural-urban migration among the youth in the region.

Apostle Gyambibi Boateng admonished the trainees to be circumspect in all their dealings and maximize the rare opportunity that has come their way to secure a better future for themselves. He also advised them to be diligent, self-disciplined and determined in order to complete the training schedule.

He also hinted that a similar facility would soon be replicated in Garu zone of the church.

The centre, which currently has three sets of weaving machines, has enrolled 61 trainees, comprising members and non-members of the church.

In attendance were Mrs. Vivian Adoma Gyambibi Boateng (wife of the Area Head) and ministers and their wives in the Bawku zone.

Others were the Queen Mother of Missiga Traditional Area, Puanaab Awumsa-al; wife of the Bawku Paramount Chief, Mariama Abugurago, and families of the trainees.

The 1st Phase of the programme was inaugurated in Zebila Zone on 25th May, 2021.

Report by Bawku Area Media Team.

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