Techiman Area of The Church of Pentecost has donated two motorbikes to Techiman Divisional Command of the Ghana Police Service.
The presentation was done by the Area Head, Apostle Julius Franklin Asante-Ayeh, on Friday, July 19, 2019, at the Divisional Headquarters in Techiman.
The Area Head was accompanied by Pastor Robert Nkrumah, the Area Secretary, Pastor Samuel Asiamah of Wenchifie District, and other ministers in the Area. Also present were Elder Appiah Agyarko, Area Deacon and Elder Amos Yeboah, a Member of the Area Executive Committee.
Explaining the rationale behind the donation, Apostle Asante-Ayeh said it was in line with the vision of The Church to Pentecost to possess nations through godly character and social interventions.
“Our vision for the next five years is to possess nations by sharing with the world what we have received from God. So when we realise that the police command needed motorbikes for smooth operations, I discussed it with my executives and we decided to support in our own small way by presenting these bikes to you.
“We have seen the good work you are doing to curb crime and social vices in Techiman. We hope this will encourage you to do more,” he said.
The Divisional Police Commander, Chief Superintendent Bosman Ohene Boadi, who received the motorbikes on behalf of the command, thanked the Church for the kind gesture. “We were not expecting this. We are very grateful to The Church of Pentecost for what they have done,” he said.
He added: “Though these bikes are from The Church of Pentecost, it is going to benefit the entire municipality. We will ensure that we use them for the purpose for which you brought them so that whenever you see them around you will know that your effort has not been in vain.”
Report by Pastor Peter Amuzu-Avorde, Techiman Area.