The Church Of Pentecost Chairman Pays Courtesy Call On Aboabo Chief

Apostle Eric Nyamekye, Chairman of The Church of Pentecost, yesterday, paid a courtesy call on Nana Kweku Akote IV, Chief of Aboabo, at Assin Nyankomasi.

He was joined by Apostle Frederick Kweku Andoh, Assin Foso Area Head of The Church of Pentecost, and a delegation of Assin Foso Area Pastorate and Executive Members.

The purpose of the visit is to pray with the chiefs in the Assin municipality and to express his gratitude to them for accepting and supporting the Church and its ministers posted to their respective jurisdictions.

The Chairman also took the opportunity to introduce to the Chief the church’s annual event for Royals dubbed: “Royals Conference” and officially invited all the Chiefs within Assin and its environs to patronise.

Nana Kweku Akote IV, Chief of Aboabo, responded that the Chairman had come in an opportune time and his presence will keep the land blessed.

He iterated that the church has made much impact in the community and for that he was grateful.

He, then called on the Chairman of the church to keep supporting the community and the palace always.

The Church of Pentecost Chairman, Apostle Eric Nyamekye stated that leadership was one area which cannot be ignored in the nation.

“You cannot be a leader and not have the nation at heart,” he stated.

He iterated that politics in the country has dwindled the love of Ghana in the hearts of men. 

He urged the chiefs to collaborate with the church to help build the nation, and be patriotic citizens in the country.

He mentioned that The Church of Pentecost has inaugurated the Chieftaincy ministry to help coordinate the chiefs in the area and communities and feed them with the word of God.

He further prayed for the chiefs and donated a box of Bibles and two cartons of soft drinks to the palace to support their activities there.

Nana Kutin, Agona Abusuapanin, who doubles as Chairman of Assin Nyamkomasi District Chieftaincy Ministry of the church, thanked the Chairman of the church on behalf of the traditional leaders.

Present Abuasuapanin Ansong (Asona No. 1), Nana Kyeame Kankam Dacosta (Aboabohene Kyeame), Ohemaa Kyeame Kankamaa, Nana Saaha (Nifahemaa), Ohemaa Fatima Nana Semea (Meserenyame Hemaa), Nana Amoanimaa I (Akyempemhemaa), Nana Ankomahene (Biretuo Abusuapanin), Opanin Kwame Mintah (Abusuapanin Biretuo No. 2), Nana Kwame Agyapong I (Akyeampemhene), Abusuapanin Kwamina (Oyoko Abuasuapanin), and Mr. Clement Kwesi Botwe (Immediate Past Methodist Lay President).


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