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Assemblies of God’s new Executive Presbytery Officers take office


Assemblies of God’s new Executive Presbytery Officers take office

It is announced for the information of all members of Assemblies of God, Ghana, the Christian community in Ghana and abroad and the general public, that the new Executive Presbytery (EP) Officers of Assemblies of God Ghana, led by the General Superintendent, Rev. Stephen Yenusom Wengam, have officially taken office.

This follows a ceremony at the Church Head Office in Accra, where the former EP Officers, led by Rev. Prof. Paul Frimpong-Manso and the Transitional Committee Chairman, Rev. Charles Appiah Boachie, handed over to the new EP Officers.

The New EP Officers are as follows:
Rev. Dr. Stephen Yenusom Wengam, General Superintendent
Rev. Dr. Godwin Tito Adjei, Assistant General Superintendent
Rev. Dr. Ernest Birikorang, General Secretary
Rev. Dr. Simon Abu Baba, General Treasurer
Mrs. Monica Wengam also took over the position of President of the Ministers’ Wives Association of Assemblies of God Ghana from Rev. Mrs. Gladys Frimpong Manso.
The date for the Induction Service for the General Superintendent shall be announced later.

Meanwhile, the General Superintendent, Rev. Dr. Stephen Wengam has called on pastors and members to remain loyal to the Lord and their calling as well as leadership of the church at all levels; and continue to invest in the growth of the church. He assures the rank and file of providing visionary leadership anchored on integrity, dedication to duty, diligence and deep spirituality.

The General Superintendent thanked the former Executive Presbytery led by Rev. Prof. Paul Frimpong-Manso for their sacrifices and services rendered to God and the church.

Thank you

Rev. Dr. Freeman Osei-Tete
Head of Operations


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