It appears that the Church of Pentecost is gaining much popularity in producing certain celebrated individuals in Ghana. Notably amongst them is Sarfowaa who won GMB and Dina Hamilton who also the reigning Artiste of the year.
Details emerging from the Sogakope Pentecost Church District claims that the only female at the just ended National Science and Maths Quiz is also a member of Pentecost.
According to reports, Francisca Falali is also the President of the Virgins club and Pentecost Students Association ( PENSA) on the Keta Senior High School campus. Aside that, she is a prayer warrior and a dedicated religious individual.
Such an interesting revelation. After the contest, many people including Gifty Anti took to Facebook to celebrate her. For now, it's the turn of the Pentecost Church of Ghana to brag about producing a holy and intelligent Science student for the National Science and Maths contest. Congratulations to Francisca Falali.
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