Founder and General Overseer of Prophet Albert Asihene Arjarquah Ministries, Prophet Albert Arjarquah has presented assorted food items and some Personal Protective Equipment to support inmates at the Koforidua Prisons in the New Juaben Municipality.
The items which include food items, PPE’s, carton of soft drinks, Packed fried rice, bottled water, and sachet water among others and Television Set was worth Gh¢65,000.00.
Other items are Veronica buckets, hand sanitizers, liquid soaps, toiletries and 52 inches of Plasma Television sets to help inmates and officers in the fight against the novel COVID 19.
Prophet Albert Arjarquah stated that as part of his 39th birthday celebration it was his duty to support the Koforidua prisons as he usually does annually and most especially in this difficult times of the deadly coronavirus.
After the presentation he said; “Believers should not only think of the spiritual aspect of the disease hence, comply to all the directive measures of the government and health authorities to help battle the pandemic in the physical front adding that with wisdom and knowledge endowed from God, Christians should let go of pride and arrogance and follow suit to all preventive protocols.”
He however, called on colleague pastors and Christians to stay connect and preach the word of God asking them to exercise patient on president’s ban on public and social gatherings.
“We should keep on praying to God because ban on public gatherings especially the churches doesn’t stop any Christian to either share, preach or learn the word of God. I will urged everybody to exercise patients I believed that in a good time the ban will be lifted. Coronavirus will be a thing of the past and all of us will be free to go back to our works again,” he affirmed.
Mr Joseph Asare, the Second Command for the Koforidua Prisons who received the items expressed his appreciation to Prophet Arjarquah for assisting them in this hard times.
He thereby used the opportunity to appeal to the general public to come to their aid. Koforidua Prisons has a total of 628 inmates.
Source: first1news.com|Samuel Sackey|Ghana