Wpid Chief
Traditional Leader Descends On Pastors Of ?one Man Churches?

Rollei Rollei

Nana Owusu Ansah II, Atafoa Odikro, being supported by Rev Abraham Osei Adjei to cut the tape for the commencement of the school project 

NANA OWUSU Ansah II, Odikro of Atafoa near Kumasi, has descended heavily on pastors of ?one man churches? for not contributing to educational growth in the country.

He said the orthodox churches had contributed immensely towards the expansion of education in the country, lamenting that ?the one man churches are not playing enough roles to promote education.?

Nana Ansah II was of the conviction that education would be developed effectively and rapidly in the country for the people to benefit from if the ?one man churches? expended some of their resources on education.

The chief gave the remarks when he cut a sod for the commencement of a school project at Kronom-Abuohia near Kumasi, during a short but colourful ceremony attended by some top-notch people.

The school project which is being financed by Rev Abraham Osei Adjei, General Overseer of the Jesus Boanerges Church, is geared towards promoting education in the area.

Nana Ansah II commended Rev Osei Adjei for his vision to start the school project, stressing that the completion of the project would help make education accessible to the youth.

The traditional leader charged leaders of ?one man churches? to emulate the shining example of the General Overseer of Jesus Boanerges Church by also using some of their resources to help promote education.

Rev Abraham Osei Adjei, on his part, said the completion of the school would help the youth of the area to be educated properly so they would become influential people in future.

The Man of God said the school which would be from KG to the JHS level upon completion, would be extended to cover the Senior High School (SHS) level in due time.

FROM I.F. Joe Awuah Jnr., Kumasi


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