The Director of the Pentecost Men’s Ministry (PEMEM), Apostle Vincent Anane-Denteh, has been elected onto the Executive Council of the church.
Apostle Anane-Denteh replaces the Asokwa Area Head, Prophet James Osei Amanaimpong, who retires from active service next year.
He was elected by a simple majority during an election conducted on the second day of the 45th General Council Meeting being held via Zoom.
Of the three proposed candidates, Apostle Anane-Denteh emerged victorious after he polled 582 votes out of the 1,214 total votes casts, representing 47.94 per cent of the total votes cast. The other candidates garnered 325 and 305 votes, respectively.
BRIEF PROFILE OF APOSTLE ANANE DENTEH
Apostle Vincent Anane Denteh obtained a City & Guilds certificate in Block Laying and Concreting from Tamale Polytechnic. He was a former missionary of The Church of Pentecost (CoP) in Ukraine and the Republic of Madagascar, respectively. While serving in Madagascar, he served as the Coordinator of the Southern African Regional Coordinating Council (SADC-RCC) of the Church. Apostle Anane Denteh holds a Certificate in Theological and Pastoral Studies from the Pentecost Bible College, Diploma in Freelance Journalism (Cleland Thom Journalism Training Services, Chichester, UK), Bachelor of Ministry – Christian Journalism, Arkansas, USA), Bachelor of Theology Honours degree from South African Theological Seminary (SATS), and Master of Theology from SATS. Apostle Anane Denteh has also undertaken several courses in publishing and magazine writing. He has authored eleven books to his credit, including several articles published in various magazines, online news portals, and journals. He is married to Martha Anane Denteh with whom he has four children.