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Hon. Kennedy Agyapong Honoured By The Central Ghana Conference Of The SDA

The Group Chairman of Kencity Media Limited, Hon. Kennedy Agyapong has been honoured by the Central Ghana Conference of the Seventh Day Adventist Church (SDA) Church during the conference 50 years celebration at Prempeh College in the Ashanti Region.

World Leader of the SDA Church, Pastor Ted Wilson presented the citation to Hon. Kennedy Agyapong for his contribution to the spread of the SDA message.

The golden jubilee celebration of the SDA Church was witnessed by Ashanti Regional Minister, Hon. Simon Osei Mensah who came to represent President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo Addo and other Pastors of the Church.

In an interview with the conference President, Pastor Yaw Asamoah Kwarteng he mentioned that the conference was handed over to Ghanaians to steer the affairs of the church which is 50 years now and the church taught it wise to celebrate and use the occasion to honour those who have contributed their quota to the spread of SDA message.

He added that, Hon. Kennedy Agyapong was honoured for giving his media station to the SDA to spread the gospel of God.

The Group Chairman of Kencity Media Limited, Hon. Kennedy Agyapong shared his delight to the SDA Church for honouring him for his support to the SDA and dedicated it to the workers of Kencity Media and called on them to live an exemplary life.

Hon also mentioned that he has been following the SDA message and it is not diluted and he is okay with the SDA message to the world.

The World President, Pastor Ted Wilson who graced the event called on the youth of the church to live a Godly life and desist from homosexual activities in order for them to be clean.

source:http://net2tvgh.com

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