Indian Expatriate Builds Church Building In Sampa

An Indian expatriate in Ghana and member of The Church of Pentecost in the Sampa District in the Berekum Area has single-handedly built a beautiful church building for the English Assembly in Sampa.

The church building estimated at GHS 150,000.00 was fully funded by an Indian expatriate who prefers to remain anonymous. It was dedicated recently by the Berekum Area Head of the church, Apostle Samuel Berko.

Apostle Berko commended the Indian for the gesture and fervently prayed for the visitation of the Lord Jesus Christ upon his life just as it is recorded in Luke chapter 7.

Delivering the sermon at the service, Pastor Samuel Yador Beble of Suma Ahenkro District, admonished members of the church to make the church building a place of prayer.

Pastor Benjamin Narh Nobi, Sampa District Minister, expressed a plethora of gratitude to the benefactor.

Report by Berekum Area Media Committee.

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