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Methodist Church of Ghana Rewards Octagenarian With A Car As Retirement Package (PICS)

The Methodist Church of Ghana has rewarded an Octagenarian (80-year old woman) with a car after serving the Methodist Church-Conference Office for 42 years.

Handing over the keys to the old woman, the Presiding Bishop of Methodist Church, Most Rev. Dr. Paul Kwabena Boafo charged the other staff to emulate the long service and loyalty of the woman.

He said the commitment and dedication of Auntie Lucy during her service to the Church was remarkable hence the gifting of the car to make her mobile even in retirement.

These came to light during a brief End of Year Staff Get together for Staff of the Methodist Church- Conference Office held in Accra on Friday (December 16, 2021).

A staff however received the car on behalf of Auntie Lucy who could not make it in person to receive the car due to old age.

The Bishop later admonished the staff to be hopeful and eschew all fears and anxieties as they break to go celebrate Christmas.

“Christians are to take all fears and anxieties. Jesus coming to the world would be a fight over our strong enemies. This fight brings us peace and joy”, Bishop Boafo emphasized.

On covid-19, the Presiding Bishop again admonished them not to lose their guards as we are not out of the woods yet.

“Don’t lose guard, covid is around. With the new variant lurking around”, he advised.

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