Ejura Prison Camp: Nänä Teä Speaks About Prison camp Built by Church of Pentecost

Ejura Prison Camp: Nänä Teä Speaks About Prison camp Built by Church of Pentecost

- Nänä Teä, a popular Ghanaian philanthropist has made positive remarks about the Ejura Prison Camp built by the Church of Pentecost for government

- According to the social media influencer, every human being needs to be treated humanely unlike what currently happens at the existing prison camps

- Nänä Teä admitted that there are a lot of other problems the church can solve but added that this is a great place to start

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Popular Ghanaian social media influencer and philanthropist, Nänä Teä, has responded to some criticisms that were made against the prison camp with ultra-modern facilities built by the Church of Pentecost.

In a conversation with YEN.com.gh, Nänä Teä indicated that as human beings, everyone needs to be given a certain minimum measure of comfort, which the prisons in their current state do not offer.

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He also added that it is laudable that the church takes on such a project which helps solve a critical problem in society, although they obviously cannot provide solutions to every challenge the Ghanaian faces.

All humans must be treated well - Nänä Teä speaks about prison camp built by COP
All humans must be treated well - Nänä Teä speaks about prison camp built by COP Credit: Nänä Teä
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As YEN.com.gh recently reported, the Church of Pentecost, under the leadership of the chairman, Apostle Eric Nyamekye, has built an ultra-modern prison yard to help in the decongestion of Ghana prisons.

Photos making rounds on social media reveal that the place is well-furnished and comes with a beautiful sports centre, working area, kitchen, among others.

The Ejura Prison, located in the Ashanti Region, is one of many prisons that the church plans to build in different parts of Ghana.

Away from that, popular Ghanaian social media personality living in the United States, Twene Jonas, has shared a picture of himself in a friendly pose with police in the US.

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The single picture generated tens of thousands of reactions on Facebook possibly because of the recent news in relation to how officers in Ghana's National Security treated a journalist, Caleb Kudah harshly.

In the caption of the post, Twene Jonas described the police as his 'boys' and added that it is only when the power of love overcomes the love of power that the world would know peace.

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