- Cape Coast Area of the Church of Pentecost has built a police station for the Abrem Agona Community
- The building was handed over to the police in a short ceremony from which pictures have been shared on social media
- This adds up to the many developmental projects the church has undertaken to improve different aspects of the Ghanaian society
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A branch of The Church of Pentecost at Cape Coast has fully funded and constructed a police station which has been handed over to the Abrem Agona Community.
Along with the report that is making rounds on social media, pictures have been shown of a mini ceremony that was held to commemorate the handing over.
This adds up to the many other projects that the Church of Pentecost has undertaken in recent times to help different aspects of the Ghanaian society.
See the post below:
In an earlier report by YEN.com.gh, 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.
Also, an elder of the Church of Pentecost by the name Prince Amoah has built and donated a huge ultra-modern church auditorium to the Christian organization.
In a post made on the official Twitter handle of the church, it is indicated that the huge structure was put up at the Nkwanta Assembly in the Sefwi Bekwai Area of the church.
In addition to the auditorium, elder Prince Amoah also put up a beautiful place of residence for any District Pastor who would be posted to the location.
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