Royal House supports inmates of Akuse Prisons

Young Adult Ministry of the Royal House Chapel International in Accra, has presented items to inmates of Akuse Prisons in the Eastern Region, as part of the Christmas festivities

The items worth GH¢2,550, included packaged food, non-alcoholic drinks, biscuits and paints.

This is the second time the Ministry has contributed its widow’s mite towards the welfare of inmates of the prison.

Making the presentation on behalf of the church, Vice-President of the Ministry, Pastor David Doku, said the gesture formed part of the group’s social responsibility to the under-privileged in society.

He said it was the desire of the church to bring smiles on the faces of the underprivileged,  especially at the time the world was celebrating the birth of Jesus Christ, characterised by love, unity, hope and sharing with others.

Receiving the items, the Officer-In-Charge of the Prisons, Mr. Jacob Tagoe, commended the church for adopting the facility as part its transformation and rehabilitation as well as counseling services of inmates towards their reintegration into society.

He appealed to corporate bodies and public spirited organizations to come to the aid of the inmates.

President of the Youth Ministry, Pastor Patience Zanu, in a sermon, asked the inmates to prayer ceaselessly and look up to God for a miracle.

She asked them not to be disheartened by their situation because it was just a temporary situation.

Pastor Zanu expressed the hope that the inmates would become great after leaving the prison and share testimony with others.

He said it was only Jesus Christ who has the power to “fill the emptiness in men” and advised the inmates to trust in Jesus for a better life.

Source: GNA

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