Photos of Millennium City Complex built by Church of Pentecost for Police pop up

Photos of Millennium City Complex built by Church of Pentecost for Police pop up

- The Church of Pentecost built a Millennium City Police Complex that was handed over to the government on May 2, 2018

- Pictures of the facility have surfaced online after news of a new prison camp built by the church at Ejura recently went viral

- It is indicated that the police complex was dedicated and commissioned on Wednesday, May 2, 2018

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Pictures of a massive Millennium City Police Complex, comprising a district police headquarters and barracks for police officers have been shared on social media.

Yaw Asamoah Akowuah, who is an officer in the church, shared the images in a post sighted by YEN.com.gh, indicating that this happened three years ago.

The facility is reportedly located on 4.49 acres of land and has four (4) two-bedroom senior staff quarters, eight (8) one-bedroom junior staff quarters, four (4) two-bedroom junior staff quarters, a charge office, 12 administrative offices, male, female and juvenile cells with modern washrooms and 40-seater capacity conference room, among others.

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See the pictures in the post below:

It is indicated that the facility was dedicated and commissioned on Wednesday, May 2, 2018.

Below are some of the reactions the post gathered:

Yaw Boakye said:

Kudos to the Church of Pentecost..... As for the hypocrites, l won't mind them.

Fant Moin mentioned:

Ooooo the all-wise, all-knowing ones say this could have been a factory la smh..... As if the church is mandated to provide any of these beautiful interventions. God bless you COP

Samuel Avornyo indicated:

Yaw Asamoah Akowuah Add the Akuapim one too if you have the pictures bro
Photos of Millennium City Complex built by Church of Pentecost for Police pop up
Photos of Millennium City Complex built by Church of Pentecost for Police pop up Credit: Yaw Asamoah Akowuah
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Meanwhile, 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.

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