Twins are said to be a special form of blessing to their parents because they are believed to have come out of the same embryo.
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Yet, it is very rare to see twin brothers who are heavily vested in the Kingdom Business.
YEN.com.gh features the General Overseer of the Charismatic Evangelistic Ministry (CEM) in Accra, Ghana, Rev. Steve Mensah and his identical twin brother.
Rev. Stanley Mensah is the Deputy Overseer of CEM.
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Rev. Steve Mensah and his twin Rev. Stanley Mensah are the brains behind Charismatic Evangelistic Ministry (CEM).
The twin brothers have played very key roles in strengthening the faith in Ghana and beyond.
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The two are humble servants of God who are loved by many of their colleagues, pastors and the Christian community in general for their simplicity, peace-loving nature and openness to all persons.
The two are also credited with Ministry outreach programs to the rural world with free medical help, free drugs, food, clothing, Bibles and book distribution among many other things.
In other news, Rapper Sarkodie has featured a fan milk seller in his new music video for his song ‘Oofeets)’ which features Prince Bright of Buk Bak fame.
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The fan milk seller popularly, known as, Mr. Lucas, in a video sighted by YEN.com.gh, commended Sarkodie for the life-changing opportunity. He also wished Sarkodie well in his music career.
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