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The Church of Pentecost Donates To Kete Krachi Prison

The Nkwanta Area of The Church of Pentecost has donated some items worth GH₵ 18,780.00 to the Kete Krachi Prison in the Oti Region of Ghana.

The donation, which included bags of rice, cooking oil, bags of maize, soaps, biscuits, assorted drinks, bags of gari, washing powder, toilet rolls, tubers of yam, bottled water, tin tomatoes, and a cash donation of GH₵ 2,000.00, was presented on behalf of the Nkwanta Area by a church delegation led by the Area Head, Pastor Seth Dwamena Asante, during a visit to the prison on Friday, December 30, 2022.

Presenting the items to officials of the prison, Pastor Dwamena Asante, said the visit to the facility was to demonstrate the love of God to the inmates. In a short exhortation, Pastor Ernest Wisdom Worlanyo, the Resident Minister for the Pentecost International Worship Centre, Nkwanta (PIWC-Nkwanta), emphasised the love of God for humanity using Matthew 25:35-36 as his anchor text. An altar after the sermon resulted in 103 inmates surrendering their lives to Christ. Receiving the items on behalf of the inmates, the officer in charge of the prison, CSP Christian Anyrator, thanked the Church for the kind gesture, which he described as “a timely visit.” He also prayed for God’s manifold blessings on the Area. The Church delegation comprised Overseer Amos Affedzie (Nkwanta Area Prisons Ministry Committee Chairman), Elder Raymond Amomu (Area Prisons Coordinator), Elder Isaac Bediako (Area Deacon), a section of the area pastorate, and Area Executive Committee members of the Women’s Ministry. Report by Pastor Albert Adu-Gyamfi (Nkwanta Area Media Committee Chairman)

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