Church of Pentecost Commissions Ejura Camp Prisons
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Church of Pentecost Commissions Ejura Camp Prisons


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A multi-purpose prison facility funded and constructed by The Church of Pentecost at Ejura in the Ashanti Region has been commissioned and handed over to the Ghana Prisons Service.

The Interior Minister, Hon, Ambrose Dery, who was so overwhelmed with the gesture by The Church of Pentecost, applauded the leadership of the church for its vision and show of generosity.

With the construction of this magnificent prison facility, The Church of Pentecost has shown and demonstrated that the gospel is a living word, and that Christ hates sin but loves the sinner.


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