The Area Women’s Ministry of Tarkwa Area of The Church of Pentecost has donated items to Pentecost Preparatory School (PPS), Tarkwa to mark the International Day for the Girl-Child, which was held recently.
The items, worth over GHS 3,070.00, were financed by the Area Women’s Ministry of Tarkwa Area. The donations were presented by the Area Women’s Ministry Leader, Deaconess Elizabeth Adwoa Gyan, on behalf of the Area Head, Apostle Dr Daniel Okyere Walker, and his wife, Mrs. Irene Odi Walker.
The assorted items presented to the school included four boxes of sanitary pads, 500 customised exercise books, 30 packs of face masks, 50 packs of pencils, six pens and three packs of erasers, two boxes of paper glue, two boxes of marker pens, among others.
Mr. Ebenezer Ntiakoh, the School Bursar, who received the items on behalf of the headmaster, was full of praise for the kind gesture and encouraged other ministries to follow suit.
Exhorting the students, Mrs. Rosemary A. Vuvor, the wife of Pastor Benjamin Vuvor (Resident Minister at Tarkwa Worship Centre), admonished the students to avoid engaging in social vices. She advised them not to join bad companies.
Quoting Proverb 1:10, Mrs. Vuvor urged the students to avoid evil acts such as stealing, fornicating, and gossiping, but rather, follow the example of Jesus Christ and be like Jesus Christ.
Deaconess Gloria Agyeman, the Area Women’s Ministry Secretary, took the students through personal hygiene. She taught the students how to clean their bodies and the importance of keeping their bodies clean. She took the students through a practical demonstration of how to keep their bodies clean.
Present at the presentation ceremony were the Area Executive Committee members, some pastors’ wives, and District Women’s Ministry leaders.
Report by Area Media Team