- Patricia Obo-Nai has been successfully ordained as a minister of the gospel
- The telco CEO took to Facebook to share photos from her graduation and also thanked God for His guidance
- Many friends of the top career woman took to the comment section to congratulate her
Award-winning Chief Executive Officer of Vodafone Ghana Limited, Patricia Obo-Nai, has successfully been ordained as a pastor in a ceremony.
In a post sighted by YEN.com.gh on the Facebook page of the Vodafone Ghana CEO, Madam Patricia Obo-Nai posted photos from her graduation ceremony.
According to her, the pastoral training took 3 solid "years of sacrifice" but by the grace of God, she to managed to pass out successfully.
Patricia Obo-Nai thanked a number of reverend ministers for their support and exemplary leadership during her years of training.
She went on to post photos of herself with one showing her seated in what looked like a church auditorium, with the other showing her posing beside a vehicle.
Patricia Obo-Nai captioned the photos: "After 3 years of sacrifice , I graduated today from the RCC School of Ministry with a certificate in Pastoral Ministries. Don’t ask me how I did it. It’s just God’s grace. Grateful to Rev Bernard Lartey, Rev Juliana Lartey, Rev Gabriel Annan for their leadership.
To the youth reading this, you have no excuse. Keep perfecting your trade, keep learning, keep up skilling. Congratulations graduating class of 2020. We made it."
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh earlier reported that Saddick Amoah, a 23-year-old salesman at a Fan Milk depot in Ashaiman, has been arraigned before court for staking a bet with his company’s sales.
According to a report sighted by YEN.com.gh on Ghanaweb.com, Saddick Amoah reportedly used GHC7,000 out of sales he had made in the day to stake a bet.
According to reports, he had the intention of winning the bet, returning the GHC7,000 into the company's coffers and keeping the profits to himself.
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Source: Yen News