In line with the “Possessing the Nations” agenda of The Church of Pentecost, the Women’s Ministry of Aboabo District in the Obuasi Area of the church has constructed a pavilion at the Aboabo Health Centre for antenatal and weighing purposes at a total cost of GHS 8,000.00.
The Obuasi Area Head, Apostle William Boakye Agyarko, on Sunday, February 21, 2021, dedicated the facility and handed it over to the Nana Owusu Ansah (Regent of Aboabo No. 2) and people of the community. The Area Head was supported by the District Minister, Overseer Justice Ahadzi, as well as the pastorate and wives in the Adansi Asokwa Zone. Also in attendance was the Asokwa District Health Director, Mr. David Kunta.
Others present were Mr. Henry Basity Owusu (Physician Assistant of Aboabo Health Centre), the elders of Aboabo No. 2 and opinion leaders, among others.
Using Jeremiah 29:7 as his scripture reference, Apostle Boakye Agyarko stated that just as the Israelites, who were admonished by God to seek the welfare of Babylon – where they had been taken captive at the time, the church also seeks to offer help or support to the community in which it operates.
He added that the facility is, therefore, a fulfilment of the Church’s strategic agenda of transforming society through partnerships with the government and other state institutions in providing key interventions to facilitate the development of the nation.
According to him, as part of the “Possessing the Nations” agenda, the Church seeks to meet the social needs of the people in various communities, hence, the construction of the pavilion.
He commended Overseer Ahadzi, and his wife, Mrs. Kafui Ahadzi, whose personal initiative and hard work led to the successful project.
Overseer Ahadzi Justice, in a short speech, acknowledged his wife for the instrumental role she played first by initiating the idea and spearheading the mobilisation of funds for the project. He was also grateful to all donors for their benevolence. He ended his speck by extending gratitude to the Women’s Ministry, Officers, and the members for their various supports in realising the vision.
The leaders and people of the Aboabo community were happy about the donation and commended the church and the Women’s Ministry for the timely gesture.
Report by Overseer Justice Ahadzi, Aboabo District