‘Accra churches should focus on villages’
Head pastor of RRC A/G, Apostle Alex Nkrumah, has urged ‘big’ churches in the national capital, Accra and other regional capitals to refocus their attention on villages and smaller towns and support them.
Apostle Nkrumah who was speaking in an exclusive interview with Restoration News said that people in Ghana’s villages and smaller towns are really suffering and that support from well-to-do individuals and churches will go a long way to augment their plights.
He added that souls (folks) in those towns are needed by God and are important. He also stated that some people in the area are bedridden but have National Health Insurance cards which cards do not work.
Apostle Nkrumah disclosed that several souls were won for Christ while people with heart problems and hypertension were attended to.
He thanked all members of RRC A/G, Director of Public Health at the Korle-Bu Teaching Hospital (KBTH,) Dr. Philip Amo and his team of medical doctors and individuals who gave to support his outfit’s outreach to the people of Aweregya, Dadieso, Apradan and Pra River.
StarLife Assurance, UniCredit Ghana, UniBank Ghana, Star Assurance and Star Capital were also commended for their support.