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Asuogyaman MP Advocates for Budget Allocation to Maintain Existing Infrastructure

Asuogyaman MP Advocates for Budget Allocation to Maintain Existing Infrastructure

Education, Ghana News, Pent TV
The Member of Parliament for Asuogyaman, Thomas Ampem Nyarko, is advocating for dedicated budget allocations to state institutions to undertake continuous planned maintenance, rehabilitation, and renovation of existing infrastructure to save the country from financial waste. Thomas Ampem Nyarko, who was recently appointed Chairman of the newly created Budget Committee of Parliament, stressed the situation where attention is often given to constructing new projects without a maintenance plan. This, he noted, results in significant financial losses as infrastructure does not serve its intended lifespan. According to him, the phenomenon where everyone wants to start new projects for public praise, often ignoring already existing infrastructure in Ghana is worrying. ''I have seen rap...
CoP, Addicted to Christ Movement Fete Inmates at the Nsawam Condemned Cell

CoP, Addicted to Christ Movement Fete Inmates at the Nsawam Condemned Cell

Ghana News, Pent TV, Pentecost News
''For I was hungry and you gave me nothing to eat, I was thirsty and you gave me nothing to drink, I was a stranger and you did not clothe me, I was sick and in prison and you did not look after me''. It is in line with the above scripture in Matthew 25 that the Church of Pentecost, Tema Area in collaboration with the Addicted to Christ Movement, over the weekend visited the Nsawam Prisons to share fellowship with inmates at the condemned cell. The team shared the word of God with the inmates, educated them on how to overcome various forms of addictions, and also dined with them. Speaking to the media, the Chaplain at the Nsawam Prisons, Pastor Thomas Owusu Brefo posited that the constant support from the Church of Pentecost and other organizations such as the Addicted to Christ ...
This State Is Publicly Seeking God After Governor Declared 31 Days of Prayer and Fasting

This State Is Publicly Seeking God After Governor Declared 31 Days of Prayer and Fasting

International
People in the state of Tennessee are engaged in 31 days of prayer and fasting during the month of July to "seek God's hand of mercy and healing." Governor Bill Lee signed House Joint Resolution 803 calling on citizens of the Volunteer State to pray as fast as they are able. "We recognize that God, as Creator and King of all Glory, has both the authority to judge and to bless nations or states," the resolution declares. The resolution points to the need for prayer by highlighting crises plaguing the state and nation including violent crime, human trafficking, drug addiction, the fentanyl crisis, children in foster care, and government corruption.  Christians across the state have been praying, while pastors and even public officials are leading believers to ...
2024 B.E.C.E: Schools Outreach Ministry Abeka Central Empowers Candidates

2024 B.E.C.E: Schools Outreach Ministry Abeka Central Empowers Candidates

Education, Ghana News, Pent TV, Pentecost News
A significant gathering emerged at the Church of Pentecost, Abeka Central Auditorium, as the Abeka District Schools Outreach Ministry (SOM) in collaboration with Souls for Christ Outreach Network (SCON) organized a transformative event dubbed, 'Prayerfest' for the 2024 B.E.C.E candidates from some basic schools in Abeka and surrounding areas last Saturday, 29th June, 2024. The event which attracted over 300 participants saw the presence of the Kaneshie Area Schools Outreach Ministry acting Coordinator and his Assistant, Elder David Arthur and Deacon Wilfred Donkor, Abeka District Coordinator, Elder Jeremiah Simpson,Souls for Christ Outreach Network Convener, Mr. Prosper Onomah, SOM Executive Member as well as Mr. Daniel Ato Kwamena Arhinful, an experienced teacher and examiner. The...
Okyenhene Calls On Religious Institutions To Play Active Role In Environmental Stewardship

Okyenhene Calls On Religious Institutions To Play Active Role In Environmental Stewardship

Ghana News, Health & Wellbeing
The Okyenhene Osagyefuo Amoatia Ofori Panin has tasked religious leaders to take an active role in environmental stewardship in the wake of the devastating effect of climate change on the global economy and its effect on human survival. According to Osagyefuo, Ghana remains a religious Nation with majority of its citizens deeply believing in either the Christian faith, Islam and/or traditional beliefs. He says, one of the cardinal principles underpinning these religions center on environmental stewardship, yet our actions often fall short of these teachings. Delivering a Public lecture Organized by the Graduate Students Association at the University of Ghana, under the theme: 'Transformational Leadership in Contemporary Ghana', Okyenhene posit that, transformational leaders are pass...
The Craze For Guinness World Records: A Dangerous Obsession

The Craze For Guinness World Records: A Dangerous Obsession

Features, Ghana News, Lifestyle & Social
Between January 2023 to January 2024, there was a remarkable surge in the desire among Ghanaians and West Africans at large to break and set new Guinness World Records. From cook-a-thons to sing-a-thons, individuals across the region demonstrated extraordinary passion to become world record holders. Notable record attempts in the west African region include Nigeria's Hilda Baci's cook-a-thon, Ghana's Afua Asantewaa's sing-a-thon, and Chef Faila's cook-a-thon, each contributing to the wave of record-breaking enthusiasm. The Guinness World Record revealed a notable trend in record applications from Ghana over the period. Since July 2023, a total of 355 individuals in Ghana alone applied for record holding attempts. This figure, indicated a significant upswing in record-breaking asp...
Miawani M/A Basic School Gets Support from Pent TV Anchor & Wife

Miawani M/A Basic School Gets Support from Pent TV Anchor & Wife

Education, Ghana News, Pent TV
Pent TV Anchor Kwabena Mantey and wife, Eunice Mantey over the weekend donated some educational materials to Miawani M/A Basic School, situated in the Koransang Electoral Area of the Suhum Municipality in the Eastern Region. The items which include exercise books, pens, pencils, erasers, and sharpeners seeks to aid the pupils in their academic work, subsequently promote effective teaching and learning in the school. Miawani is a farming community in the Suhum Municipality with limited access to basic amenities, including potable water and proper school facilities. The Miawani M/A Basic School, the only school in the community, has long struggled with poor conditions, leading to a shortage of teachers willing to serve there. Currently, the school is managed by just two dedicat...
KTU Receives 83 Handcrafted Keyholders

KTU Receives 83 Handcrafted Keyholders

Education, Ghana News
A Graphic Design lecturer, Faculty of Applied Sciences and Technology (FAST) at the Koforidua Technical University, Samuel Osei Sarpong, has made a special donation to the University. Mr. Sarpong presented 83 handcrafted key holders to the Vice Chancellor, Professor John Owusu on Wednesday, June 19, 2024, flanked by the Registrar, Evelyn Fafa Adom, and Professor Joseph Osei, Dean of Faculty of Applied Science and Technology (FAST).  ‘As a lecturer, usually, I have to go for keys at the security post and sometimes it takes a long time to identify a particular key because either the number is rubbed off or it is made of paper…. So I thought it wise why not to, in my small way help the University by creating these handcrafted ‘key holders’’ he noted. Mr. Sarpong, a deacon of t...
Chieftaincy Ministry Seminar: Traditional Rulers Urged To Seek God’s Counsel

Chieftaincy Ministry Seminar: Traditional Rulers Urged To Seek God’s Counsel

Ghana News, Lifestyle & Social, Pent TV, Pentecost News
The National Chieftaincy Ministry of the Church of Pentecost has ended a three-day Area Chieftaincy Seminar tour of the Eastern Region with a call on Christian royals to diligently seek the counsel of God in the discharge of their duties as traditional rulers. Addressing chiefs and queen mothers at Suhum, Nsawam, and Nkawkaw Areas of the Church as part of the National Chieftaincy Seminar tour of the Eastern region, the Chieftaincy Coordinator, Apostle Vincent Anane Denteh with some biblical premise, enlightened participants on how some individuals succeeded as good Kings due to their complete dependency on God.   He stated emphatically that kingdoms thrive when there is a partnership between Chiefs and God’s servants, with a biblical example of Hezekiah drawn from 2 Kings 19 an...
Okyenhene Launches One Student-One Tree Project- Calls For Sustainable Environmental Practices

Okyenhene Launches One Student-One Tree Project- Calls For Sustainable Environmental Practices

Education, Ghana News, Lifestyle & Social, Pent TV
  The Okyenhene Osagyefuo Amoatia Ofori Panin has condemned the persistent forest and environmental degradation, stating that its associated climate change is threatening the sustainability of the world’s economy and the survival of mankind.  Addressing a gathering at the launch of the ‘’One Student-One Tree Project’’, an initiative by the Okyenman to commemorate this year’s Green Ghana Day, Okyenhene bemoaned the fast rate at which the forest reserves and the environment are damaged through human illegal activities.   ‘’The trees, the rivers, and the wildlife are not just resources for mere exploitation but treasures that must be cherished and protected for generations to come’’, Okyenhene propounded.  He attributed the impacts of hurricanes on European count...

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