- A man of God, Bishop Harrison Amoateng, has revealed that NDC's Ashanti Regional Secretary, Joseph Yamin, is an evangelist
- According to Bishop Amoateng, Yamin began his work for God when he was a student at Prempeh College
- Yamin, confirming this, added that he always tries to separate religion from politics
YEN.com.gh has gathered that Joseph Yamin, a former deputy Minister of Sports, has graduated from the Bishop Harrison Bible School.
Yamin, who also served as the deputy coordinator for the National Disaster Management Organisation (NADMO), revealed that he has practicing as an evangelist since 1993.
Speaking with Winfred Nii Adjaye on Ultimate FM, he disclosed that he has successfully separated his religious activities from his political life, due to the nature of politics in Ghana.
News about his religious activities came to the attention of Ghanaians, when the Head Pastor of the Life Community Church, Bishop Harrison Amoateng disclosed that he is an avowed evangelist.
The man of God revealed that Yamin, who is currently the Ashanti Regional Secretary of the National Democratic Congress (NDC), began his work for God, when he was a student of Prempeh College.
“Joseph Yamin was one of the pioneers of the Pentecostal Students Association movement in Prempeh College.
Joseph was a very serious and a professing evangelist. This was in 1993, 1994 and 1995 and he has been in ministry all this while.
Even in secondary school, it got to a point, form three, he nearly left campus to go do ministry,’ he recalled.
Joseph Yamin later confirmed all that Bishop Amoateng said, and added that, since his recent graduation, he is now a Reverend.
“When I am in church and I am doing the work of God, I do it devoid of politics and I have been practicing this since 1993 when I was in Prempeh College,” he stated.
Joseph Yamin is currently lacing his boots to contest for the Ashanti Regional Chairmanship of the NDC.
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