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Inmates Of Koforidua Prison Appeal for Microphones for Worship



Inmates Of Koforidua Prison Appeal for Microphones for Worship

Inmates of Koforidua Prisons in the Eastern Region are appealing to the public particularly churches to support them with high quality digital wireless microphones to enable them to worship and praise God in the prison yard.

According to the inmates, the wireless microphones and systems donated to them by some philanthropists have become faulty hence experiencing static or intermittent sound dropouts during their fellowship.

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The inmates made the appeal on Saturday, February 5, 2022, when a philanthropist Stephen Ntow, PhD, who is also an International Development Consultant, Director of a Consulting Firm – WASHealth Solutions, and Country Advisor – F4W Ghana feted 576 inmates and officers of the prisons as part of his birthday celebration.

Each inmate was served a balanced meal, soft drink and bottled water. In addition, the family stocked the infirmary with some medical supplies to help improve the healthcare of the inmates.

Inmates Of Koforidua Prison Appeal for Microphones for Worship

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The inmates thrilled Dr Ntow and his family with scintillating melodic contemporary borborbor and choral songs.

In a brief address, Dr Stephen Ntow, advised the inmates to have a big heart of forgiveness and abandon any plan of vengeance because vengeance is of the Lord.

He motivated the inmates that, being imprisoned may be another way God wants to manifest His glory in their lives therefore the experience must rather strengthen their faith in God, and go out fully reformed and repented to propel them for divine transformation.

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Mrs Kate Valeria Bedjabeng who spoke on behalf of the family said, Dr Stephen Ntow, had previously visited the prison for similar gestures and has financed the renovation of sections of the prisons with the purpose of helping to ameliorate the awful living conditions of the inmates.

Management of the Koforidua Prison commended the philanthropist for his enormous support to the prison.

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