House of Faith Ministries stuns prisoners in Kumasi

House of Faith Ministries Monday donated items worth over 10, 000 to inmates of the Kumasi Central Prisons.

The donations forms part of activities lined up for the celebration of the church’s 30th anniversary celebrations.

Already, the church has within the month of June organized a health screening exercise, opened and dedicated their new temple amongst other activities.

Rev. Emmanuel Mensah Darkwah, an elder of the church explains that the church is a World Missions Church. He says the church wants their activities to benefit all and sundry including those locked away in the prison.

The items included 100 bags of water, 192 pairs of bathroom sandals, 3 gallons of cooking oil, 21 packs of toilet rolls, 12 bags of rice, 1 bag of gari, 5 packs of sanitary pads, 3 boxes of key soap, 2 bags of sugar, 5 boxes of carbonic soap, 3 sewing machines, 1 bag of washing powder, tins of washing powder among other items.

ASP Rosemond Osei Bonsu of the Chaplaincy Department of the Kumasi Prisons received the items on behalf of the prisons service and promised to put the things to good use. She tells that the prison inmates indeed make use of such donations and urged other organized bodies to make it a point to donate to the prisons to help alleviate their challenges.

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