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By Samuel Appah-Peniel

The Koforidua Diocesan Susanna Wesley Mission Auxiliary (SUWMA) of the Methodist Church Ghana has honoured their past executives for their meritorious service to the fellowship and the Church.

The past executives honoured were Sis. Felicia Essuman- President, Sis. Martha Dotse- Vice President, Sis. Cynthia Boateng- Secretary, Sis. Sedem Afriyie Kwayisi- Assistant Secretary, Charlotte Krodua Asare- Financial Secretary, Janet Opoku- Organizer, Matilda Osei Asibey- Porter, Elfreda Ofosu Appiah- Executive Member and Sis. Esther Boateng- Executive Member.

The Bishop of the Koforidua Diocese, the Rt. Rev. Dr. Emmanuel Asare-Kusi speaking to them under the theme: ‘Discipleship: Teaching everyone to live like Jesus Christ; the role of the Holy Spirit’, admonished them to live a lifestyle required of Christians.

The Very Rev. Derrick Sankofi, the Superintendent Minister of the Kyebi Circuit who was the main Speaker for the programme, advised members to have a closer walk with God and to let go of trivial issues which will draw them back but instead focus on God.

The Very Rev. Joseph Dennis Boadu, the Synod Secretary, who doubles as the Superintendent Minister of the Nsukwao Circuit, for his part administered the sacrament and rededicated the newly elected executives and members of the fellowship.

The Koforidua Diocesan Susanna Wesley Mission Auxiliary (SUWMA) is currently under the leadership of the following officers.

President  –  Josephine Boateng, Secretary –  Sedem Afriyie Kwayisi, Assistant Secretary – Victoria Dartey, Finanacial Secretary – Emelia Asante Sarpong, Treasurer – Emelia Siriboe Boateng, Chaplain –  Comfort Arthur, Organizer – Lucy Ankrah, Porter – Florence Boamah, Executive Member   – Shirley Kumah, Executive Member –  Martha Dotse and Immediate Past President –  Felicia Essuman .

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