Koforidua Prisons Receives Support

Pastor Mrs. Ajimoko presenting the items to officers of the prison service

The Koforidua Prisons was a place of fun when the Founder and General Overseer of Funmi Tayo Ajimoko Ministry, Evangelist Pastor Mrs. Funmi Tayo Ajimoko threw a dinner party and church service for about 700 inmates, a gesture that made their month of love complete.
The ministry also donated assorted soft drinks, toiletries, sponge and towels worth about GH¢21,000.00.
A church service held afterwards saw most of the inmates displaying their dancing skills to the admiration of the visitors.
Preaching a sermon, Pastor Mrs. Ajimoko reiterated the need for Christians to send the word of God closer to persons in the various prison services to as well as support them as inscribed in the scripture.
He indicated that many are those who are imprisoned not because of any offense they committed but for their destiny to be fulfilled while others are also serving jail terms due to false witnesses against them.

Some of the items presented to prioners

Pastor Mrs. Ajomoko urged the inmates not to be discouraged about their present situation but rather pray to God for repentance so that God’s promises concerning their lives would be fulfilled.
She indicated that most Ghanaians have developed the perception that all prisoners have committed crime forgetting that majority are innocent of the allegations leveled against them but have been convicted because their truth was not accepted.
She noted that anyone irrespective of pedigree can be sentenced at any time by law hence the need to erase the perception that every prisoner is a criminal.
She indicated that the mission of Jesus Christ was to save the sinful after which he commanded every believer to be a disciple by preaching the word of God in the four corners of the world.
Receiving the items, the second in command at the Koforidua Prisons Service, ADP Joseph Asabre, expressed gratitude to the Funmi Ajimoko Ministry for the love exhibited to the inmates of the Koforidua Prison.

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