Lawyer John Ajet-Nasam, lead member of the Emmanuel TV Partners of the Synagogue Church of All Nations (SCOAN) has donated educational materials, television sets, decoders, jerry cans of liquid soap and detergents to support inmates in the Nsawam Medium  Security Prisons.

The donation was made on behalf of Pastor Evelyn Joshua, Wife of the late TB Joshua as part of efforts to continue his legacy of giving to the needy and the vulnerable in society.

In remarks before presenting the items to the Prison authorities for the inmates, Mr. Ajet-Nasam said the donation would go a long way to help the inmates who are equally human like all of us.

The educational materials which included books, erasers, drawing boards, markers and pens would help improve effective teaching and learning at the prison education unit.

The Televisions and the Decoders would be installed for the inmates to watch live services and rebroadcasts of the SCOAN to transform their lives.

“Ghana Prisons have not been left out from the giving ministry of the SCOAN. The inmates are also humans and God loves them all. Our action is also motivated by what is said in the Bible of Matt 25:36, “I was in Prison and you came on to me.”  Prophet TB Joshua also taught us that we make a living by what we receive and make a life by what we give,” Mr. Ajet-Nasam said.

“Aside from TB Joshua’s deliverance and healing ministry, he was known for philanthropic, helping victims of floods, earthquakes and similar disasters around the world. We the Emmanuel TV Partners in Ghana have also made earlier donations to about six Ghanaian prison establishments.

“I must emphasise that, Prophet TB Joshua admonished us to build our life around our contribution to others, these others can be our enemies, friends or those we do not share the same faith with”, he added.

Superintendent James Afoakwa, the Staff Officer of the Nsawam Medium Security Prisons who received the items on behalf of the Ghana Prisons expressed gratitude to Pastor Evelyn Joshua and the Emmanuel TV partners for the gesture.

According to him, the educational unit currently has over 140 inmates as distance learning students of the University Cape Coast (UCC) and pursuing various degree and diploma courses, adding that about 60 of the inmates are also pursuing their Senior High School education within the prison school.

Supt Afoakwa said the donation was timely as it would go a long way to augment the learning materials that the students needed to enhance their knowledge and skills.

He however appealed to other benevolent and charity groups and institutions to emulate the example of the Emmanuel TV Team of the SCOAN and offer their support to the prisons to help reform the inmates.



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