Francis Owusu-Akyaw
Francis Owusu-Akyaw

Author: Kwabena Frimpong

The Minerals Expert and former New Patriotic Party (NPP) Parliamentary candidate aspirant in Asante Juaben Constituency in Ashanti Region, Mr. Francis Owusu-Akyaw has donated a set of musical instruments and an undisclosed amount of money to the Christian Baptist Church at Juaben in the Ashanti region.

At a brief ceremony at the Church auditorium, Mr. Owusu – Akyaw said he was happy to be giving back to the Almighty God for His abundant and wonderful blessings bestowed on him and his family.

He charged the church members to inculcate the doctrine of the Lord in the younger generation which would help in building a disciplined society in the constituency.

He stated that his resolve to learn the word of God and become the best in Sunday school at a very tender age has really helped him to know the Bible very well which has impacted positively on his life until today.

” As Church members, let’s do our best to support the Church of God and teach our children the word of God which will help restore discipline and build a responsible generation,” Mr. Owusu-Akyaw posited.

Receiving the items and cash donations on behalf of the Church, the resident Pastor, Rev. Eric Andoh, commended the former parliamentary candidate aspirant for the kind gesture to the church.

He said the musical instruments had come at the right time when the church was in dire need of them and would go a long way in aiding the church to also set up a Church cadet which would facilitate their easy rehearsals and daily drills.

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Pastor Andoh motivated all Church members to emulate the kind gesture of the selfless Mr. Owusu-Akyaw by providing things the church needs so that together they could all build a prosperous church for all and sundry.

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