WR Minister Seeks Divine Intervention


The Western Regional Minister, Kwabena Okyere Darko-Mensah, has called on churches, particularly those in the Western Region to pray for business men and women in the region to be successful and to create more jobs for the youth in the country.

“I am of the belief that businesses operating in the region will be successful if we seek divine intervention apart from the hard work.

“Most of the people in the region are business minded and want to establish their own entities rather than depending on government for meager salaries. So please I will appeal to the men of God in the region to pray for the success of businesses in the area,” he added.

The Regional Minister was speaking at the Episcopal Consecration Service for Bishop Noel Asante-Mensah, Founder and General Overseer of Calvary Pentecostal Church International in Takoradi.

He said, “As a country we are one people and should not lose sight of that. Ghanaians are connected by marriage, friendship and school, and there is the need to support our democracy and government in order to move the country forward.”

Bishop Noel Asante-Mensah

Bishop Noel Asante-Mensah was born on September 23, 1946 at Obomeng-Kwahu in the Eastern Region. He graduated in December, 1985 with Associate of Arts Degree from the All Nations for Christ Bible Institute in Nigeria.

He was ordained into ministry by the late Archbishop Benson Idahosah, who was the Founder and President of All Nations for Christ Bible Institute and the presiding Archbishop of Church of God Mission International.

He is currently the Western Regional Treasurer for the Ghana Pentecostal and Charismatic Council and an executive member of the Sekondi-Takoradi Network of Ministers Council and Churches.

In his remarks, Bishop Asante-Mensah pledged to embrace the responsibility that comes with this sacred consecration.

He said, “My commitment is to serve with humility, compassion in Christ and unwavering dedication to the teachings of our faith.

“Together, let us cultivate a community where love is our cornerstone, justice is our compass and compassion is our guide.

“May this ordination be a catalyst for renewed commitment, deeper spirituality and a shared vision for the future.”

He told the congregation and colleague Bishops that, “Your collective wisdom has shaped my spiritual path and, I am humbled by the trust you have placed in me to continue shepherding you as a Bishop.”

“I therefore, extend my deepest thanks to the clergy, faithful workers and congregation of the body of Christ for your kind support and prayers,” he pointed out.

Archbishop Charles Agyin Asare, Founder of Perez Chapel International, described Bishop Noel Asante-Mensah as very prayerful and whose commitment to the things of God is worthy of emulation.

From Emmanuel Opoku, Takoradi