The Church of Pentecost General Headquarters has donated a Nissan Navara Pick-Up to the Upper West Regional Police Command to aid their operations.
The vehicle with registration number GN 5238-15 was presented to the Regional Police Commander on Tuesday, February 23, 2021, at Wa.
Presenting the vehicle on behalf of the Chairman of The Church of Pentecost, Apostle Eric Nyamekye, the Wa Area Head, Apostle Daniel Nii Tetteh Tackie, said that the gesture was in line with the Church’s Vision 2023 with the overarching theme, “Possessing the Nations: Equipping the Church to Transform every Sphere ofSociety with Values and Principles of the Kingdom of God.”
The gesture, he noted, was to partner with state institutions to bring about the necessary transformation in society. He added that the Regional Police Command is doing their best in combating crime in the region, and the presentation was to boost the effort of personnel.
Receiving the vehicle on behalf of the Ghana Police Service, the Regional Commander, DCOP Francis Aboagye Nyarko, said that the gesture was “monumental” and expressed his profound gratitude to the Chairman of the Church.
He stated that The Church of Pentecost has been a good partner to the effort of the Police Administration in fighting crime. He recalled donations made by the Church to Police Commands in the Greater Accra, Eastern, Central, and other regions. He pledged that his outfit will put the vehicle to good use and ensure a robust maintenance culture.
Present at the brief ceremony were the Deputy Regional Police Commander, ACP Ndekugri Ndebugri, and the Divisional Commander, Chief Superintendent Albert A. Adiita. Others were Mrs. Abigail Naa Densua Tackie (wife of the Area Head), and a section of the Pastorate in the Wa Area.
Report by Pastor Gordon Ansah