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Nkawkaw Area Donates To Flood Victims

The Nkawkaw Area of The Church of Pentecost has donated some items and an undisclosed cash amount, valued at over GHS 50,000.00, to victims of recent flooding in the Adawso, Kotoso, and Hweehwee (Simpoa) communities.

The donation was made on Wednesday, November 22, 2023, at Mpraeso, led by Prophet Foster Kwasi Aniakwaa (Nkawkaw Area Head).

Prophet Foster K. Aniakwaa, presenting the items to the pastors and delegates of the affected communities, emphasised the church’s commitment to assisting those in need.

He underscored the church’s mission to spread the love of Christ and transform society using the principles and values of the kingdom of God.

“We cannot transform people when we turn a blind eye to the plight of those affected by natural disasters,” he said.

Receiving the items on behalf of the three districts, Pastor Samuel Aboagye Osei, the Kwahu Adawso District Minister, expressed gratitude to the Area for the donation and prompt response in aiding both members and non-members of the Church.

The items included bags of rice, gari, plantain bunches, both unused and used clothing, new clothes, soap, detergent, footwear, mats, treated drinking water, bread, biscuits, soft drinks, beverages, and other assorted items.

It is also worth mentioning that this is the second presentation made to the victims by the Nkawkaw Area.

The Area Head, accompanied by some pastors, visited the affected victims on October 25, 2023, to assess the extent of the damage and offer emergency food relief items.

Before the opening of the Akosombo Dam, communities along the Afram River (Afram Plains) faced massive flooding due to being part of the Upper Volta basin. Approximately 515 residents were affected in the three districts, impacting their homes, businesses, and farms.

Those present at the ceremony included Area Executive Committee members, delegates from the three affected Districts, Mrs. Grace Aniakwaa (wife of the Area Head), and the leadership of the Area Women’s Ministry

Report by Nkawkaw Area Media Team

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