NPP To Participate In National Politicians’ Conference


The New Patriotic Party (NPP) has pledged to fully participate in the upcoming National Politicians’ Conference being organised by The Church of Pentecost between June 14 and 16, 2023, at Gomoa-Fetteh near Kasoa.

The General Secretary of the ruling party, Lawyer Justin Frimpong Kodua, gave the assurance when an eight-member delegation from The Church of Pentecost led by its General Secretary, Apostle Alexander Nana Yaw Kumi-Larbi, paid a courtesy call on the national executives of the NPP at its headquarters at Asylum Down in Accra today (Tuesday, March 14, 2023) to brief them about the conference and invite them to participate in it.

“This is a godly conference, and we will not turn our back on God. We support the National Politicians’ Conference, and we shall fully come on board,” Lawyer Kodua stated.

The NPP General Secretary commended The Church of Pentecost for its contributions to the national development of Ghana in the areas of school buildings, hospitals, and prison facilities.

Contributing, the Chairman of the NPP, Mr. Stephen Ayesu Ntim, thanked the delegation from The Church of Pentecost for the visit and appealed to the various Christian denominations in Ghana to partner with key stakeholders to ensure a very peaceful election in Ghana in 2024. 

On his part, the General Secretary of The Church of Pentecost, Apostle Kumi-Larbi, said the upcoming National Politicians’ Conference forms part of the 25 thematic areas of the five-year strategic vision of The Church of Pentecost, which is currently the largest Pentecostal church in Ghana, which has a presence in 151 nations with over four million membership.

“We want the impact of the Church to be felt in the nation. Consequently, The Church of Pentecost has over the years, organised several national events such as the Royals’ Conference, Ministers’ Conference, Environmental Care Campaign, and now preparing for the National Politicians’ Conference in June this year,” he said.

Apostle Kumi-Larbi continued: “We want to raise a generation of politicians, who will influence society with godly values and principles.”

The other members of The Church of Pentecost delegation present at the meeting include Apostle Lawrence Otu-Nyarko (Finance and Administration Director), Apostle Philip Osei-Korsah (Director of Counselling Ministry), Pastor Dr. Felix Dela Klutse (Media Ministry Pastor), Hon. Deaconess Elizabeth Sackey (Accra Mayor), Mr. Alfred Ofori Annye, Elder Stephen Djaba (Men’s Ministry Secretary), and Dr. Yao Yeboah (National Politicians’ Conference Planning Committee Secretary). 

Key NPP Executives present at the meeting include Ms. Rita Talata Asobayire (2nd Vice Chair), Dr. Charles Dwamena (National Treasurer), Ms. Kate Gyamfua (National Women’s Organizer) and other members of the party’s national executive committee.

Readers will recall that The Church of Pentecost delegation on March 7, 2023, also paid a courtesy call on the leadership of the opposition National Democratic Congress to invite the party to participate in the conference. The party executives also assured the Church of its preparedness to participate in the upcoming conference.

Online registration for the conference has been opened and ends on March 30, 2023. So far, about 1,000 politicians have registered.

The National Politicians’ Conference is expected to be attended by politicians in The Church of Pentecost and other denominations across the country.


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