Some members of the Pentecost Church have expressed disappointment in the donation of some 300 copies of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) Green Book to its general council
It turns out Veep’s donation to the Church of Pentecost was not embraced by all. Vice President Kwesi Amissah- Arthur on Wednesday, donated 300 copies of the NDC’s ‘Green Book’ to the general council of the Church of Pentecost. The “Green Book” contains the achievements of the NDC since it assumed the governance of the state.
The Vice President was the special guest of honour at the church’s 42nd general council meeting at Gomoa Fette in the Central region. He had also urged them to distribute it to its members for them to appreciate the achievements of the NDC administration.
Addressing the Church of Pentecost members, the Vice President also urged them to express their opinions on issues that affect Ghana’s stability.
The arising question is this, why would the Vice President present the ‘Green Book’ to such a prestigious church with millions of its members all over the country at a time Ghanaians are deliberating on whom to vote for in the coming elections? According to reports, the church of Pentecost has over 2 million of its members in Ghana with so many branches across the country.
That being said, some members of the Pentecost Church have expressed disappointment in the donation of some 300 copies of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) ‘Green Book’ to its general council. Some of the members have said the donation will create a lot of problems for the church, as there are many representatives of other political parties who are members of the same church.
Some have also said that the church’s acceptance of the book might be sending a wrong message to the public. In an interview with Adom News, some members of the church said they thought the Green Book was a Bible when they saw it. Though the church leaders have not said anything on the issue, we are hoping this will not give birth to a brand new political saga.