Ekroful District Women’s Ministry Organizes Inter-Assemblies Easter Cooking Competition web

Ekroful District Women’s Ministry Organizes Inter-Assemblies Easter Cooking Competition

It was a great scene on Easter Monday, April 1, 2024, where women from the various assemblies in the Ekroful District in The Church of Pentecost faced off against each other in a memorable cooking competition to round up this year’s Easter Festivities.

The event, which was organized to promote local foods, saw the women prepare various indigenous foods and drinks such as Waakye with shito and chicken gravy, Fufu with “Ebunobuno” soup, Cocoyam with garden eggs stew, Fruit salad, Watermelon juice, Tuo Zaafi, and some local drinks.

In a brief remark, the Ekroful District Minister, Pastor Edward Asamoah Antwi, charged the congregation to cultivate the habit of preparing their own indigenous foods.

“If you want to have a healthy and prolonged life, aside from God helping us, we should advise ourselves to feed on what we grow in our farms. Because, going by that is not only healthy but also economized,” he added.

He also commended the District Women’s Ministry Leader, Deaconess Mabel Otoo, and her team for the great work done in making the event a reality.

Mrs. Rita Asamoah Antwi, the wife of the District Minister, in turn, advised the youth to take an interest in preparing their own foods. She also encouraged them to endeavour to prepare their own nutritious dishes rather than relying on food vendors for “already-made” foods.

The event was climaxed with a Love Feast, where members and non-members of the church came together to enjoy some of the foods prepared by the contestants. At the end of the event, the women of the Ephrathah Assembly were adjudged winners of the competition.

Report by Ekroful District Media Team

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