Akuse District Women’s Ministry Visits Akuse  Prisons

The Women’s Ministry of Akuse District in the Agormanya Area of The Church of Pentecost has visited the over 200 inmates of the Akuse Prisons in the Eastern Region.

A delegation of 56 women, led by the District Minister, Pastor Jacob Kwakye Frimpong, and his wife, Mrs Cynthia Kwakye Frimpong, as well as the District Women’s Ministry leadership, visited the facility on July 18, 2022.

In a brief address, Mrs Cynthia Kwakye Frimpong explained that the visit was in fulfillment of Jesus’ command to Christians to extend love and care to the vulnerable in society, including prison inmates (Matthew 25:26).

She added that the gesture was also in line with the church’s Vision 2023 of ‘Possessing the Nations’ which seeks to among other things extend ministry to neglected mission fields.

To the glory of God, four inmates accepted Jesus Christ as their Lord and personal Saviour.

The items presented to the facility included church souvenirs such as calendars and desk diaries and 30 pieces of fufu bowls.

The women also prepared assorted foods such as fufu and light soup, banku and palm nut soup, konkonte and ground nut soup for the inmates.

The Officer-in-Charge of the prison, ASP Rufus Mensah, praised the church and the Women’s Ministry for its generosity and continued support to the inmates. He encouraged other organisations to emulate the kind gesture.

Report by Cynthia Kwakye Frimpong, Akuse.

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