In Covenant Ministries Fellowship, (ICMF), Ghana Chapter, has donated several items to the Osamkrom Camp of Ghana Prisons in Gomoa Osamkrom and Winneba Government Health Centre.
The items donated to the Camp, included bags of sachet water, soft drinks, beverages, toiletries, clothing and Bibles.
They also sang and shared the word of God with the imitates, gave them health tips on the COVID-19 pandemic, distributed Holy Bibles to them, and also organized health screening at the camp.
Earlier in the day, the group donated some medical consumables and supplies, including Blood Pressure (BP) apparatus, Stethoscope, weighing scales, Hepatitis B test kits and some gloves to the Health Centre.
Mr Seth Wemegah Williams, ICMF, Country Coordinator, who made the donation at separate ceremonies at the two facilities, said the Fellowship was an International Fellowship with its Headquarters in the United States.
Its mission, he noted, was to equip its members to reach out to all nations, teach, heal the sick and support the needy and vulnerable to be part of society.
Members are also to build effective and stronger churches and ministries in the propagation of the gospel to win more souls into the vineyard of the Lord.
The donation, he indicated, was their widow’s might to support the facilities in the execution of their core mandates to help bring sanity and ensure sound health care delivery in the society.
They assured authorities of the Prison Camp of their preparedness to join hands with them to address some of the challenges they are encountering, particularly to fix the only borehole in the camp, which was not functioning.
Mr John R. Mills, Staff Nurse at the Health Centre, who received the items, thanked the donors for the support and called for more of such consumables to supplement the government’s provision.
Deputy Superintendent of Prisons, Mr Richmond Baffour, who also received on behalf of the innates, applauded the fellowship for its passion for the inmates and prayed for God’s blessings for the fellowship.