Ghana: Pentecost Women Donate to School for the Deaf Kyebi – Stories From Isaac Akwetey-Okunor

The Kyebi District Women’s Movement of the Church of Pentecost has presented assorted items worth GH¢3,000 to the Kyebi School for the Deaf in the East Akyem Municipality of the Eastern Region.

The items include three maxi bags of rice, loaves of bread, bag of sugar, biscuits, cartons of milk, crates of eggs, cooking oil, soft drinks and assorted toiletries.

Presenting the items, Mrs. Mary Paintsil, wife of Pastor S.B. Paintsil, District Pastor of the Church of Pentecost Kyebi, said the gesture was to make the children happy and demonstrate the importance of love and care society attaches to their activities, especially the Church.

She was accompanied by the district executives and all members of the Women’s Ministry in the district, numbering about 200 from the various Assemblies of the Church.

Receiving the items, the Assistant Headmistress of the School, Madam Comfort Ohene, thanked the church for the kind gesture, and asked for God’s eternal blessings on the ministry for the love shown to the children.

According to her, the gesture was not the first time the Kyebi District of the Church of Pentecost had come to the aid of the children.

She disclosed that the items had really come at the right time, following a few challenges the children were going through in recent times, and promised to put them to good use to make the children happy.

The children, who could not hide their joy and appreciation, thanked the group through sign language, amidst singing and prayers for the Women’s Ministry, and further appealed to other women groups in the various churches to emulate the gesture.

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