The Director of the Pentecost Men’s Ministry (PEMEM), Apostle Vincent Anane Denteh, has presented the ministry’s entrepreneurial concept in Agri-Business to members of the ministry in the Ho Area of the church.
Addressing local, district and area executive committee members of the ministry at the Pentecost International Worship Centre (PIWC), Ho as part of his recent tour of the Area from 16th to 17th June 2022, Apostle Anane Denteh, who is a member of the Executive Council of the church, disclosed that the ministry has introduced a project called Agri-Business concept to develop the capacity of men in the church.
“This is to beef up the income generation opportunities of the members which is part of the ministry’s social development agenda for its members,” he stated.
He explained that the agri-business concept is in a form of a collapsible fishpond of 1,000 fingerlings to start with. This innovative idea, he said, is easy to construct and through skill development training, the individual who may have no idea in aqua-culture would be tutored into acquiring the basic skills in the management of the fishpond and caring for the fingerlings.
He recommended this to all entrepreneurial and unemployed persons as well as the youth to venture into the business. This, he said, could supplement the income of members of the church.
He added that The Church of Pentecost, in collaboration with the Israeli Embassy, is rolling out more innovative business ventures for the betterment of the members.
He concluded that PEMEM is about to launch its new project dubbed the Pentecost Agri-Business Class to empower the members at the grassroots to develop their social life.
The Ho Area Head and Executive Council member, Apostle Dr Dela Quampah applauded the ministry for the thoughtful interventions and expressed the Area’s readiness to commence the project.
Pastor Michael Arthur, the Ho Area PEMEM Leader and District Minister for Ziavi Dzogbe, also lauded the concept and pledged the Area’s eagerness to implement the Agri-Business project.
Report by Pastor Felix Brakatu.