An Executive Member of the Electoral Commission (EC), Adwoa Asuama Abrefa, has been spotted on one of Accra’s busy streets preaching the Gospel of God.
Ms. Abrefa, who until her appointment was little known in Ghanaian politics, was seen with a microphone and sharing the word of God at a Bus Stop around the Accra Mall.
In the background of a photo of Ms. Abrefa, said to have been taken around the Accra Mall, is a couple identified as Rev. and Mrs. Obimpeh, members of The Maker’s House Chapel International, Dome-Kwabenya, Accra where the Executive Member of the EC also fellowships.
The EC member also holds the position as a Member of the Board of Trustees of The Maker’s House Chapel International and has been instrumental in the church’s growth.
She was appointed by President Nana Akufo-Addo in July alongside three others including current EC Chairperson, Jean Mensa as well as Mr Samuel Tetteh and Dr Eric Bossman Asare to the Commission.
Their appointments follow the removal of Charlotte Osei and three of her deputies from office after an investigative committee instituted by the Chief Justice, Sophia Akuffo, found them guilty of stated misbehaviour.
Lawyer Nana Adwoa as she is known to many is passionate about winning souls for Christ and act has posed a challenge to many Christians who occupy high positions in both private and the public sectors, to openly step out to preach the word of God and win souls.
In a chat with newsmen, Ms. Abrefa said she has “been doing evangelism for God knows how long now” confirming that she was even out yesterday [Monday, November 12] to evangelise.
“...the marching orders that Jesus gave to us before He left was ‘Go ye into the world and preach the Gospel.....’ I think it's wise to place value on what God places value on because that's when you'll be bearing fruits for God.
“Remember Bible says that a tree that does not bear fruit is cut off and burnt and remember humans in the Bible are sometimes referred to as trees so we got to be useful to God...knowing that if I take care of God's own, He will take care of mine,” she added.
Although one cannot be wrong to suggest that a number of the preachers we see on the streets and transport terminals may be in the business to fill their stomachs, the act of Ms. Abrefa also proves that there are indeed some, who may be have-it-all but are hungry to rescue souls for Jesus Christ.
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