In Kumasi with Viise Naa Alhaji Ganiu, Koro Naa Zaid, and staff of Naa Pelpuo Islamic Basic School to commiserate with the family of Rev. Bishop Emmanuel Amoah on the passing of his mother. This is at the instance of His Majesty the Overlord of Wa (Wa Naa Fuseini Seidu Pelpuo IV)
Rev. Bishop Amoah has impacted several lives across the Upper West Region through the provision of portable water and educational materials to schools and communities. The Mechanised Water System at Jimpenhi is one of the donations by Rev. Bishop Amoah.
The overlord of Wa in his address encouraged the man of God to keep the faith even in difficult times like these as God's will is always the best.
The bereaved family and natives of the Oforikrom community were very appreciative of our visit.
Here are some few scenes from the occasion.
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