Thursday, June 6, 2013
A VISIT TO THE NSAWAM PRISON
Believers on Fire Intl. Ministries (B.O.F) on the 1ST of April, 2013 in celebrating the Easter festivities visited the Nsawam Prison to donate some items to the inmates of the Condemned Hall also known as the Special Hall.
Her Grace, Reverend Lorraine Rejoice Laryea, the general overseer of the church in an interview said Easter is a time of giving and showing love to the less privileged ones just as Christ showed us so much love.
The members of B.O.F, led by ASP Dua Sowah and Supt. Rev Tetteh, where taken to the condemned hall to interact and fellowship with the inmates. Minister Sam Tackie and Minister Ken Djane, leaders of the Ministry inspired the inmates with their words of wisdom, advising the inmates that the God that we serve is a God of possibilities and that He loves them just as He loves everyone. They also informed the inmates that the church also thought it wise to visit them as Easter is a time of love.
Some of the items donated include bags of rice, bags of gari, bags of sugar, detergents, t-rolls, oil and soaps.
From the left, Minister Sam Tackie, General Overseer Her Grace, Reverend Lorraine Rejoice Laryea look on whilst Minister Ken Djane donates to one of the prison officers
The Church also partook in some sports activities such as volley ball and lime and spoon with the inmates of the condemned hall. It was a time of love and joy.
Members of Believers on Fire Int’l Ministries
According to ASP Dua Sowah, the Nsawam Prison has medium security with an inner and outer perimeter, 10m apart.
The prison has a main administration with the various departments, a school where formal and informal education takes place, a church, a hospital, a computer lab for the inmates and the various halls for the inmates.
Supt. Rev Tetteh, who received the donations on behalf of the inmates, thanked the church for the donations and the love they have showed to the inmates in this Easter season.
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