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Christians should donate blood to save lives—-Rev.Ransford Obeng Urges 

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The General Overseer of Calvary Charismatic Center (CCC), Reverend Ransford Obeng says the giving of blood to help save lives is BIBLICAL.

According to the Gospel preacher, the Bible admonishes that Christians help those who ate in need.

This means that if people needed blood to live and Christians are in a position to give same they should help out.

“The giving of blood is BIBLICAL since it helps to save lives and so we as Christians are enjoined by God’s word to give blood when someone needs same to live”, Rev. OBENG stressed.

YEARLY EXERCISE BY CCC:
Reverend Obeng said CCC has for the past six years given blood annually to help stock the Blood Transfusion Unit at the Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital.

He revealed that the idea came to mind when he celebrated his 60th birthday and as a token  of his love to humanity he decided to enjoin the church to organise themselves to also donate as a corporate body.

So far,  Reverend Obeng said CCC had donated over 2000 pints of blood to the Komfo Anokye Blood Bank to help them use same to attend to emergencies.

“Leaders make choices and as influential as God has made me to become I decided to donate blood six years ago when I turned 60 and today I am 66 and happy that we could still do this today too”, Rev Obeng passionately stated.

BLOOD TRANSFUSION UNIT:
Head of Recruitment at the Komfo Anokye Medicine and Transfusion Unit, Kwame Asenso Mensah Esq commended CCC for deciding to consistently donate blood to the unit.

He noted that voluntary donations has not been too encouraging since many in the adult ages are not giving blood.

The officer revealed that the blood Unit records best outcomes when Senior High Schools are in session.

“The track system introduced in SHS has given us the opportunity to take donations all year round since students who voluntarily donate are always in school”, Mr Mensah stated.

 

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Christians should donate blood to save lives—-Rev.Ransford Obeng Urges 

115

 

The General Overseer of Calvary Charismatic Center (CCC), Reverend Ransford Obeng says the giving of blood to help save lives is BIBLICAL.

According to the Gospel preacher, the Bible admonishes that Christians help those who ate in need.

This means that if people needed blood to live and Christians are in a position to give same they should help out.

“The giving of blood is BIBLICAL since it helps to save lives and so we as Christians are enjoined by God’s word to give blood when someone needs same to live”, Rev. OBENG stressed.

YEARLY EXERCISE BY CCC:
Reverend Obeng said CCC has for the past six years given blood annually to help stock the Blood Transfusion Unit at the Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital.

He revealed that the idea came to mind when he celebrated his 60th birthday and as a token  of his love to humanity he decided to enjoin the church to organise themselves to also donate as a corporate body.

So far,  Reverend Obeng said CCC had donated over 2000 pints of blood to the Komfo Anokye Blood Bank to help them use same to attend to emergencies.

“Leaders make choices and as influential as God has made me to become I decided to donate blood six years ago when I turned 60 and today I am 66 and happy that we could still do this today too”, Rev Obeng passionately stated.

BLOOD TRANSFUSION UNIT:
Head of Recruitment at the Komfo Anokye Medicine and Transfusion Unit, Kwame Asenso Mensah Esq commended CCC for deciding to consistently donate blood to the unit.

He noted that voluntary donations has not been too encouraging since many in the adult ages are not giving blood.

The officer revealed that the blood Unit records best outcomes when Senior High Schools are in session.

“The track system introduced in SHS has given us the opportunity to take donations all year round since students who voluntarily donate are always in school”, Mr Mensah stated.