MADINA AREA DONATES 30 COMPUTERS TO PUC

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puc_presentationThe Madina Area of The Church of Pentecost has donated 30 pieces of computers at the total cost of GH¢70,500 to the Pentecost University College (PUC) at Sowutuom in Accra.

Apostle Anthony Ahalivor, the Area Head who led a team of Pastors in the Area made up of Pastor Kofi Okyire Appianing (Madina District Minister) and Pastor Kofi Antwi-Boasiako (Resident Minister of the Pentecost International Worship Centre – Atomic) on Thursday, March 17, 2016 to donate the computers, disclosed that during the 10th Anniversary Celebrations of the PUC, the Area realised that the university has built a very big computer laboratory and there was the need to stock it.

He said the Area felt the need to assist by providing the 30 pieces of the brand new computers to the university.

Apostle Ahalivor explained that the Madina Area will always do its best to support the university in other areas when the need arises.

Receiving the computers, the Rector of the PUC, Pastor Dr. Peter Ohene-Kyei, on behalf of management, staff and students of the university, thanked Apostle Ahalivor, ministers and members of the Madina Area for the massive support.

The Rector also seized the opportunity to commend Prophet James Osei Amaniampong of the Teshie-Nungua Area and his members for also donating 70 pieces of computers to the university in December last year.

Pastor Dr. Ohene-Kyei made a passionate appeal to all other Areas to emulate the examples of the Madina and the Teshie-Nungua Areas by coming to help the university in the areas of equipment and cash so as to enhance quality academic work in the university.

“We want to call on all Church of Pentecost members to promote the university and let people know the good things the university is doing, be part of the university’s admission process, donate and support it financially,” he stressed.

The Rector told PENTECOST NEWS that since the PUC started graduation six years ago, the university has graduated 6,630 students who are all contributing to national development in their various fields of work.

He disclosed that the university, which started with seven programmes, now runs 32 programmes and currently has 3,700 students.

Present at the short ceremony were: Mr. Michael Wisdom Gyimah (Acting Registrar) and Elder Peter Oduro (Financial Controller) of the university.

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