Former Church of Pentecost chairman dies

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The former chairman of The Church of Pentecost, Apostle Michael Kwabena Ntumy, has been reported dead by sources within the Christian fraternity.

The fourth chairman of the global Pentecostal church headquartered in Ghana died on Wednesday (27 December), reports Newstitbits.

Apostle Ntumy began his full-time ministry at 26 with The Church of Pentecost. He was called to the office of an Apostle at age 33 and six years after, was elected the fourth chairman of The Church of Pentecost.

After serving for two terms (10 years), he handed over to Apostle Professor Opoku Onyinah.

He is known to have survived many challenges which include being held hostage in rebel territory (Liberian Civil War-1990’s), attacks on his life ranging from physical assaults to poisoning and paralysis leading to his confinement to a wheelchair.

Apostle Ntumy was a great writer who authored several books. He was even the Director of Literary Works of The Church of Pentecost.

Apostle Ntumy retired from active service as an Apostle of the church late this year and official retirement service was held for him and his family on 24th September 2013 in Hamburg, Germany after 39 years in the ministry.

Source: Asaase Radio

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