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Chairman Interacts With The Church of Pentecost Legal Advisory Team

The Chairman of The Church of Pentecost, Apostle Eric Nyamekye, has encouraged members of the International Legal Advisory Committee to be bold and come out with proposals that would help advance the missions enterprise of The Church of Pentecost.

Apostle Nyamekye was interacting with the team yesterday at their maiden meeting in Accra.

The Chairman thanked them for responding favourably to the invitation by the leadership of the church in pursuit of possessing the nations’ agenda.  

“We have many legal brains in the church. Having chosen you out of the many for this task is grace. We carefully selected you from the various global blocs, because we need the understanding of the issues at hand from a global perspective,” he said.

He noted that The Church of Pentecost which used to be in the fringes has now become a global church with many resources – both human and material. He added that the growth has come with its attendant challenges, stressing that, the dynamics have now gone beyond just being in Ghana and managing the affairs of the church.

“It is my prayer that God will use you to help The Church of Pentecost in achieving the possessing the nations’ agenda. I believe that by your inclusion, we will be able to get very far. The church has grown big and we need all of you to come on board to possess the nations,” he said.

Interacting with the Chairman, the team thanked him for the selection and the great strides the church is making in the nations.

The team, drawn from the various global regional blocs, comprising attorneys, barristers, and judges, constituted by the International Missions Board, had been meeting in Accra from February 1-3, 2022 to fine-tune the church’s various legal documents in connection with its missions’ agenda.

It is chaired by Elder Dr. Lawyer Ken Aboah, a Trustee of the church. Other members include Elder Lawyer Christian Ansah (USA, Americas bloc), Mrs. Rose Arthur (UK, Europe bloc), Pastor Stephen Agyei (Qatar, Middle East bloc), Attorney Caleb Larbi Asiedu (South Africa, SADC bloc), and Maxwell Ababio (Australia, Asia bloc).

The rest are Mrs. Maria Djaquite (Guinea Bissau, West Africa Anglophone bloc), Ms. Sharon Juliana Akinyi Otieno (Kenya, East Africa bloc), Mrs. Kegbero Rouki (Togo, West Africa Franchophone), Barrister Christopher Tabetando Takem–Agbor (Cameroun, Central Africa bloc), Mrs. Erasmina Danso Boadi (Europe, Schegen Zone), and Overseer Lawyer Daniel Essuman Koomson (Asuokor District, Berekum Area).

Among the issues they were working on were the Affiliation document of the church, registration of national churches, charter and constitution, condition of service and retirement age of ministers, finance and bank accounts and transfer of funds, conflict resolution, by-vocational policy of the church, and a constitutional amendment of the main constitution of the church.


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