FGBMFI Awards The Church Of Pentecost For Exemplary Social Impact

The Full Gospel Business Men’s Fellowship International, Ghana (FGBMFI-Ghana) has presented an award to The Church of Pentecost, acknowledging the Church’s outstanding societal impact and significant contributions to national development.

The award, presented during the “Distinguished Footprints Awards” ceremony organised by the FGBMFI at the La Palm Beach Hotel in Accra on Saturday, April 20, 2024, was received on behalf of the Church by the General Secretary, Apostle Samuel Gyau Obuobi, along with Apostle Vincent Anane Denteh (PEMEM Director and Executive Council Member) and Apostle Dr. Col. Benjamin Godson Kumi-Woode (Chaplain, Ghana Armed Forces).

In line with its “Possessing the Nations” agenda, The Church of Pentecost has made significant strides in undertaking various social impact initiatives aimed at transforming society.

The Church continues to establish health centres and boreholes in deprived communities, correctional facilities as well as irrigation facilities for farming communities and skills training centres, among others, to enhance livelihoods and improve the lives of Ghanaians.

According to Mr Joe Tackie, the Chairman of the Annual Awards Committe, FGBMFI believes in the principle of recognising and setting apart good people and good deeds in society for emulation.

The annual award scheme has therefore been instituted to recognise and reward volunteers of FGBMFI, individuals, and organisations in the larger Ghanaian society, irrespective of their religious background, whose exceptional demonstration of high integrity and public spiritedness has significantly contributed to the general good and peace of our country.

This latest award reaffirms the assertion of the Chairman of the Church, Apostle Eric Nyamekye, that the relevance of the Church lies in its impact on society.


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