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PUC gets new rector


By: Fred Yaw Sarpong

The Pentecost University College Council has appointed Apostle Dr. Daniel Otchere Walker as the new Rector for Pentecost University College (PUC).

He replaces Pastor Dr. Peter Ohene Kyei, who served diligently for eight (8) years. Dr. Ohene Kyei has been promoted to the Apostleship and leaves PUC for Winneba as Area Head of the Church of Pentecost.

This was announced by the Chairman of the Church of Pentecost, Apostle Dr. Opoku Onyina at the just ended 42nd Session of the General Council Meetings held at the Pentecost Convention Centre, Gomoa Fetteh, under the theme, “Hearing and Obeying the Lord’s Voice in my Generation” (1 Samuel 3:9-10).

Apostle Dr. Otchere Walker is current member of the Literature Committee and also a member of the Pentecost Theological Seminary of the Church of Pentecost.

According to the Apostle Dr. Opoku Onyinah, Dr. Otchere Walker comes to the college with vast experience in academic and also as administrator.

Apostle Emmanuel Gyesi-Addo was re-elected as the International Missions Director of the church for another term of five years. Similarly, Prophet James Osei Amaniampong was also re-elected as a member of the Executive Council of the church for another term of five years.






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