AG General Supt commends Pres for handling challenges

The General Superinten­dent of the Assemblies of God (AG), Ghana, Rev. Stephen Wengam, has commend­ed President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo for being able to steer affairs of the State during difficult moments.

The General Superintendent noted that the President had been resolute in tackling problems, including COVID-19, and eco­nomic challenges confronting the country.

He lauded the President for his bold initiatives such as the Free Senior High School (SHS), Plant­ing for Food and Jobs, and plans to build a National Cathedral.

Rev. Wengam urged the gov­ernment to do more to alleviate the suffering of the people and improve the welfare.

He was speaking when he led officers and members of the Ex­ecutive Presbytery of Assemblies of God, Ghana, to call on the President.

The General Superintendent and his team were at the Presiden­cy, to introduce the new leadership team of Assemblies of God, Ghana, to the President.

The General Superintendent briefed the President on the global and national impact of Assemblies of God.

He said the global membership of Assemblies of God stood at 70 million, the largest Pentecostal denomination in the world.

Rev. Wengam said in Ghana, Assemblies of God has a mem­bership of 600,000, 6000 churches and 3800 pastors.

Rev. Wengam said members of Assemblies of God were contrib­uting to national development, adding that some were playing significant role in the current government.

He said “Assemblies of God has also contributed significantly to the socio-economic life of Ghana, especially in the area of health and education by building hospitals and schools.”

President Akufo-Addo congrat­ulated the General Superintendent and his team, for paying a courtesy call on him and the Church to pray for the nation.

It was also to deepen church-state relationship and to discuss


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