New surgical theatre built by Church of Pentecost saves 48 lives in 2 months

New surgical theatre built by Church of Pentecost saves 48 lives in 2 months

- An ultra-modern surgical theatre that was built in the Pentecost Hospital at Ayanfuri has saved the lives of 48 people

- The surgical theatre was built by the church with a whopping GHC 271,000 and has been open since December 2019

- Pentecost Hospital, Ayanfuri is only one of the 8 health institutions of The Church of Pentecost run by the PENTSOS Directorate

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A freshly-built ultra-modern surgical theatre that was built in the Pentecost Hospital at Ayanfuri has saved the lives of 48 people who were successfully taken through delicate procedures at the centre.

According to Kingdombizzgh.com which is popularly known for sharing lots of positive Christian stories, the Pentecost Hospital, Ayanfuri is only one of the 8 health institutions of The Church of Pentecost run by the PENTSOS Directorate, headed by Elder Richard Amaning.

Reports indicate that the surgical theatre that has surfaced in the news for saving 48 people was built solely with funding from the headquarters of the church.

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The social intervention surgical centre was reportedly built with a whopping GHC 271,000 and has been opened since December 2019.

It is indicated that previously, individuals at Ayanfuri and its environs who needed any surgical procedures had to embark on a risky long journey all the way to Cape Coast.

The dreaded ordeal ended the moment the surgical theatre was built at Ayanfuri by the Church of Pentecost. Now, persons who need surgeries are comfortably attended to and this is what has led to the 48 individuals being saved by the different kinds of surgical procedures.

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Pentecost Hospital Ayanfuri was established in 1983 as a mobile clinic until 2001 when it became a static clinic.

In other news, Ghanaian self-acclaimed billionaire, business mogul and president of the Kwarleyz Group (Wonda World Estates and Petronia City Development) by name Nana Kwame Bediako has revealed that he started out as a scrap dealer.

Pulse.com.gh reports that according to the tycoon, he made a million pounds when he was just 21 years old and three weeks into college.

The brilliant young Ghanaian who owns a 7million-dollar mansion in California went on further to indicate that he was into the sale of both communication materials and scraps, through which he made his first fortune.

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