Elder Charles Kusi-Manu, a geologist, who currently fellowships with the Pentecost International Worship Center (PIWC), New Tafo, has been honoured by The Church of Pentecost (CoP)-Tanzania, for his outstanding contributions and unwavering dedication to the growth and development of the Church in Tanzania during the period of his stay as a miner in the country.
He was honoured during the Officers’ Appreciation Day on Sunday, September 17, 2023, at the New Tafo PIWC auditorium in Kumasi.
Joined by his wife, Elder Kusi-Manu received an accolade presented to him on behalf of the Tanzania National Head, Apostle David Nyansah Hayfron, by the Old Tafo Area Head and a former missionary to Tanzania, Apostle Daniel Yeboah Nsaful, who was ably assisted by Apostle Dr. Nicholas Appiah Missah (Rtd), also a former missionary to Tanzania, and Pastor Emmanuel Pasteeco Arthur (Resident Minister, PIWC-New Tafo).
Apostle Yeboah Nsaful revealed that the opportunity to commend Elder Kusi-Manu for his good work at this occasion was because the Church in Tanzania could not appreciate him at the time he was finally leaving Tanzania for Ghana.
He encouraged the officers of the Church to emulate the exemplary trait of Elder Kusi-Manu to push the ‘Possessing the Nations’ agenda of the Church forward.
On his part, Apostle Dr. Appiah Missah (Rtd), described Elder Charles Kusi-Manu as a mature believer who is God-fearing and faithful in giving, with a good heart towards the work of God. He, thus, called on the church members to appreciate the officers for their dedication and commitment towards their spiritual well-being.
In response, Elder Charles Kusi-Manu, on behalf of his family thanked God for the opportunity to serve the Church in Tanzania.
He also expressed his heartfelt gratitude to The Church of Pentecost for the honour done him.
Present at service were Mrs. Mary Yeboah Nsaful, Mrs. Leticia Appiah Missah, and Mrs. Mary Arthur (Wife of the Resident Minister, PIWC-New Tafo), among others.
Report by Emmanuel Nana Nsiah & Dennis Owusu