The Apostolic Church-Ghana has retained Apostle Dr. Aaron Ami-Narh as its president to steer the affairs of the church for the next four years.
He was re-elected yesterday, March 23, 2023, at the 3rd General Council Meeting of the church currently ongoing at the Apostolic Resource, Conference and Retreat Centre, Frafraha in Accra.
Apostle Ami-Narh who contested the position unopposed had 98% yes votes giving him an overwhelming clearance to continue with his Shift Agenda, Nehemiah project and other revolutionary initiatives he had introduced across the board in the last four years.
Apostle Dr. Ami-Narh was first elected President of the Apostolic Church-Ghana at the church’s National Council Meeting (now General Council) in May 2019 and inducted into office in June the same year.
Former Principal of the Apostolic College (now Apostolic Church Theological Seminary) and current Adabraka Area Superintendent, Apostle Christopher Affum-Nyarko emerged winner of the Vice Presidential race.
On the General Secretary slot, Apostle Alex Boateng who contested unopposed got the nod and is now the General Secretary-elect.
All four officers who contested to be on the Executive arm of the church all had the green light.
They are Apostle Joseph Atinyo, Prophet Emmanuel Charnor and Apostle Andrews Nortey and Apostle Daniel Agbeteye.
There was great joy and jubilation at the 3rd General Council Meeting after the election.
The newly elected leaders will be sworn into office on June 24, 2023, at the Apostolic Retreat, Resource and Conference Centre, Fafraha – Accra.
The General Council meeting which commenced on Wednesday, March 22 will end today, March 24.