Rev Obofour challenges Church Of Pentecost as he builds an Ultra-Modern Hospital – Video Drops

Since then, the Church of Pentecost has unveiled a prison camp in Ejura, which has become the talk of Ghana, especially on social media.

And, based on social media conversations, it appears that a number of Ghanaians, especially those with critical thinking skills, such as broadcaster Nana Yaa Benefo, are enraged to the point of rage.

They do not understand why the Church of Pentecost will stoop so low and create a jail instead of warehouses, hospitals, and citadels, according to these important Ghanaians on social media.

Remember that our health-care facilities are in poor condition, with mothers unable to find beds to sleep in, not to mention Ghana’s mighty Korle Bu Teaching Hospital.

Perhaps it is because of the sincere concern expressed by Ghanaians that Rev Obofour, the patriarch and founder of Anointed Palace Chapel, has been moved.

According to reports circulating on Arenagh.com’s front desk, Rev. Obofour is constructing an ultra-modern hospital in Ghana, in contrast to the Pentecost church, which used their tax-free tithe to build a prison camp in Ejura.

Nothing is known about the hospital’s site, but rumors say that the sod has already been cut. Regardless, our ears are on the ground to learn more about Rev Obofour – The Nation’s Preacher’s greatest mission.

below is his video;

The Church of Pentecost has constructed and donated a prison infrastructure to the Ghana Prisons Service at Ejura in the Ashanti Region, as we previously reported.

Three dormitory blocks with a total capacity of 300 inmates are available in the fully equipped complex.

It includes an administrative building, a chapel that can be used as a laboratory, a football pitch, a baptistery, new washrooms, mechanized boreholes, offices, an infirmary, workshops, and other auxiliary services.

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The Interior Minister, Ambrose Dery, and the Chairperson of the Church of Pentecost, Apostle Eric Nyamekye, as well as the Chief of Ejura, Berima Osei Hwedie II, jointly commissioned the Ejura Camp Prison.

The Interior Minister said at the brief ceremony that the Church of Pentecost has proved to be a first-class private citizen.

“Unlike some of the prison facilities we have in Ghana, which are ruminants or remnants of the colonial period, this facility was purposefully designed according to requirements that include a multi-purpose workspace that will promote prisoner reform and rehabilitation,” he said “..

“Even though society still values difference and other characteristics of interest that characterize detention centers, the main interest and premium for us as a government is seeing offenders reformed, rehabilitated, and adding value to their lives as they return to society as law-abiding citizens,” he added.

Mr Dery went on to say that the jail is one of five that the Church of Pentecost plans to build for the nation by 2023.

“As the Minister of the Interior, I am aware that the police service has intervened in other parts of the country. Various facilities have been developed, and this vision 2023 demonstrates a coherent, well-thought-out approach in which people’s lives can be changed, and some will even be granted startups to reinvent their lives “..

“By doing so, the Church of Pentecost has demonstrated that it is a first-class citizen in the country.”

watch a video below;