The people of Kpalworgu, a community in the Wa East District, have gotten relief from the struggle for water as the Church of Pentecost commissions a borehole they have constructed.
Speaking at the event to commission the borehole in the community on Monday, the Coordinator for the Home and Urban Mission of the church, Apostle Emmanuel Kwafo said the church considers the physical needs of people as important as their spiritual needs.
He admonished them to live in harmony even as they went to fetch the water, asking them to relate well to the biblical case of the five thousand people that Jesus fed in the bible.
While giving the history behind the construction of the borehole, the Social Services Director of the Church of Pentecost, Elder Richard Amani said the project falls within the church’s vision 2023, which is “Possessing the Nations”.
The DCE of the Wa East District, Hon Mahama Suleman Kandia Ewurah who is also the Assembly Member of the Kpalworgu Electoral Area, expressed his appreciation for the project and pledged on behalf of the community to take good care of the facility.
Members of the community expressed their profound appreciation to the Church of Pentecost for helping them heave a sigh of relief from their struggle for potable water.
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Source: Richard Banoebuuri