- The Church of Pentecost Ghana has offered its ultra-modern Convention Centre at Gomao Fetteh in the Central Region to government as an isolation centre
- This move forms part of the Church's Corporate Social Responsibility
- Some portions of the 250-acre facility will be converted to accommodate patients of the infectious virus
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The Church of Pentecost Ghana has offered its ultra-modern Convention Centre at Gomao Fetteh in the Central Region to government to be used as an isolation centre.
This move forms part of the Church's Corporate Social Responsibility to help the government fight the novel coronavirus disease which has plagued the whole world.
According to a Joy News report, some portions of the 250-acre facility will be converted to accommodate patients of the infectious virus.
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Apostle Eric Nyamekye detailed that the church has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the government to demonstrate their commitment to the fight against COVID-19.
He said the Church has also contributed both cash and kind to the needy and vulnerable during and after the lockdown.
Apostel Nyamekye, however, assured of the church's continuous support to the government to give the best of care to patients at the centre.
“Pentecost Convention Centre is a holy place and I know the patients will be healed when they are brought there,” he added.
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In other news, the Ghana Police Service has detailed how two suspected robbers were killed by its personnel in Tema on Thursday, April 23, 2020, after they foiled a robbery attack.
The police, in a statement, noted that the incident occurred at about 12:30 pm.
The victim of the robbery had gone to the Tema Branch of the Zenith Bank to withdraw an amount of ¢123,345.00.
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