Elder Edward Bodua Adjudged Best PURC Regional Manager For Second Consecutive Time web

Elder Edward Bodua Adjudged “Best PURC Regional Manager” For Second Consecutive Time

Elder Edward Kingstony Bodua, the Presiding Elder of Kamina Barracks Central Assembly in the Tamale Area of The Church of Pentecost, has been adjudged as the Overall Best Public Utilities Regulatory Commission (PURC) Regional Manager for the second year running.

Elder Bodua, who is the manager for the PURC Northern and Savannah Regional Office, took home the award during the company’s annual awards ceremony.

Elder Bodua did not only secure the individual recognition but also led his outfit to be crowned the “Best Performed Region” in 2023. This achievement follows his receipt of the same distinguished award in 2022, giving him the honour two consecutive times.

This prestigious award bestowed on Elder Bodua is recognition of the continued excellence and dedication demonstrated by him and his team in managing the affairs of the Northern and Savannah Regional Office for the year under review.

The PURC award is a yearly scheme aimed at acknowledging the best-performing workers across the regions of Ghana.

Quoting Psalm 127:1, Eld. Edward Bodua expressed gratitude to God, the PURC Management, and his hard-working team for their unwavering commitment to the objectives of the commission.

He extended the appreciation to the leadership of The Church of Pentecost for introducing the “Possessing the Nations” agenda, which has over the years encouraged members to endeavor to transform their spheres of influence with the values and principles of the Kingdom of God.

According to him, his alignment with the Church’s agenda has evidently contributed to the success of the Northern and Savannah Regional offices under his leadership.

Elder Edward Kingstony Bodua’s recognition as the Best Regional Manager has not only reflected positively on the Northern and Savannah Regional Office of the PURC but has also projected the values of The Church of Pentecost.

Report by Tamale Area Media Team.

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