Renowned men of God partake in Prefos Thanksgiving programme



Fifteen renowned men of God have participated and administered in this year’s annual fasting, prayer and Thanksgiving programme by the Prefos Limited in Kumasi.
They are Rev. Simon Ampofo, founder and General Overseer of Gracefield Chapel and Gracefield Evangelistic Ministries, Prophet Alex Twum, Senior pastor of the World Vision Chapel International, Apostle Frank Osei of Victory Charismatic Chapel International, Bishop Kakra Baiden, Senior Pastor of Catch the Anointing Centre and Rev. Dr. Michael Boadi Nyamekye of the Maker’s House Chapel International.
The rest are Bishop Appiadu Manu, Prophet Badu Asaah, Rev. Isaac Owusu Bempah, Rev. Nyarko Ferguson, Rev. Ebenezer A. Bonsu, Rev. Francis Fenyin, Rev. Philip Osei. Rev. Michael Boamah,, Rev. James Mensah, Rev. Joseph K. Berchie and Rev. Richard Dwumoh.
Prefos Limited established in 1991 by Mr. Alexie K. Fosu, the Chief Executive Officer, has instituted an annual Thanksgiving programme to give thanks to Almight God for sustaining the company throughout the previous and ensuing years.
Prefos Limited is an electrical and civil engineering company which provides modern, durable high quality electrical installation and civil engineering services to clients to enhance Africa’s socio-economic development and position the continent as a strategic foreign investment destination.
The theme for this year’s programme is “The Almighty God” based on Job 42:2.
Gospel musicians who administered songs throughout the programme included Diana Hamilton, Tagoe Sisters, Cecil Twum, Sandra Afreh, Alice Serwaa, Joho Arhin and S.K. Frimpong.
Dignitaries who graced the week-long programme include Prof. Otchere Addai-Mensah, Chief executive officer of Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital (KATH), Mr. Agyemang Prempeh, First Atlantic Bank in Kumasi and Nana Agyapong, Kyidomhene of Kotei. E N D.

Pix: Rev. Simon Ampofo – Gracefield Chapel

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