Members of the Board of Trustees of the National Cathedral of Ghana led by Apostle Prof. Opoku-Onyinah visited Bishop Dag Heward-Mills at his residence. This was to commiserate with him on the loss of his son.
Bishop Dag Heward-Mills lost his son, David Heward-Mills, after a short illness on the 15th of April 2022. The Chairman of the Board of trustees, Apostle Prof. Opoku-Onyinah was accompanied by The Most Rev. Titus Awotwi Pratt (immediate past presiding Bishop of the Methodist Church Ghana,) The Most Reverend Justice Ofei Akrofi (former Anglican Bishop of Accra) and Rev. Ameyaw Ebenezer Saka (Head of Church Relation at the National Cathedral Secretariat)
Speaking at the visit, Apostle Prof. Opoku-Onyinah said God in His infinite wisdom knows what is best for His children and the Board of Trustees stand with him and his family in these trying times. The Most Rev. Titus Awotwi Pratt prayed for the family and everyone present and asked for God’s protection and guidance.
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