- Just like the current administration, the headquarters of the Church of Pentecost is feeling the pressure from the war in Ukraine and the Covid-19
- The church has mildly scolded one of its branches in Accra for failing to meet tithe and offering targets
- The church told the Downtown Ofaakor branch that although the Russia-Ukraine military tussle and the Covid-19 have triggered harsh economic conditions across the world, the branch must do well to meet its targets
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The headquarters of the Church of Pentecost in Ghana has expressed concern about a significant drop in the tithes and offerings at one of its branches in Accra.
In a leaked letter sighted by YEN.com.gh, the church admonished the Downtown Ofaakor branch to do well to meet its annual targets for tithes and offerings despite the harsh global economic situation.
According to the letter, the target for the first half of the year is GH¢3,188,529, but the branch was able to raise GH¢2,780,537, with a difference of GH¢407,992.
“We are aware of the global effect of the war in Ukraine and the hardship that the Covid-19 still imposes on our members. But the above notwithstanding, let us continue to work hard at achieving our annual budget as we also pray with you,” the letter signed by Chairman, Eric Nyamekye indicated.
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Church Of Pentecost Employs Honest Taxi Driver Who Returned GH¢8,400 To Fishmonger
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh has reported in a previous story that the honest taxi driver who went viral for returning GHS8,400 to a worried fishmonger who left the money in his car has been employed by the Church of Pentecost.
Kwesi Ackon started his new employment at the Headquarters of the church on Thursday, June 16, 2022. According to reports, the 36-year-old driver could not hide his joy over the job offer.
He thanked God and the leadership of the church, particularly the Chairman, Apostle Eric Nyamekye, for the opportunity to work at the head office of the church.
Kwesi Ackon Receives More Than GH¢50k In Cash For His Honesty
On the morning of Wednesday, May 11, 2022, Ghanaians woke up to a trending video of a taxi driver who made an entire household weep uncontrollably with his unexpected gesture.
As YEN.com.gh previously reported, the gentleman named Kwesi Ackon had returned an amount of GH¢8,400 that was mistakenly dropped by a market woman in his vehicle.
When the video went viral, most people were moved to the point of wanting to support the driver in every possible way.
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