Yaw Osaafo Marfo, a leader in the New Patriotic Party (NPP), has discussed how the Presbyterian Church of Ghana (PCG) has influenced his life.
The Senior Presidential Advisor claimed that despite being raised in the Methodist Church and having spent the majority of his formative years with PCG, he still maintains relationships with them.
He claimed that this has had a significant impact on how things are done at his home, which is managed similarly to a Presby Mission House.
Speaking at the 23rd PCG Assembly meeting at Kwahu Abetifi in the Eastern Region over the weekend, Mr. Osafo Maafo made this disclosure.
“I was baptised a Methodist, confirmed a Methodist, but trained by the Presbyterians. So, I always say that if I am what I am today, I owe it to the Presbyterians.
“It’s a fact, and to add insult to injury, my wife was not only trained by the Presbyterians, but she went to the famous Agogo Women Training College, So my house is run like a Presbyterian Mission House,” he said amidst loud cheers from the congregation.
The Ga Presbytery Chairman, Reverend Dr. Abraham Nana Opare Kwakye, was chosen as the new moderator at the 23rd General Assembly.
The General Assembly voted 220 times in favor of the Moderator elect and only six times against him.
Rt Rev. Professor Joseph Obiri Yeboah Mante, whose term ends on November 30, is succeeded by him.