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Inmates of Navrongo Prisons receive food items

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The Head Pastor of the Fruitful Life Chapel International Prophet Kwaw Dadzi has called on family members and society in general to always remember the homeless, orphans, widows and especially those in prison.

He said many a great men and women in time past, have in one away or the other fallen foul of the law and today, are in leadership position and transforming lives in the same societies.

The call was made when the Church paid a visit to the inmates of the Navrongo prison. The Fruitful Life Chapel (FLC) was established in 27th February 2005 and as part of their annual celebrations, they visited the prisons to offer them launch and to share with them, the word of God. Their visit this year, marks the 15th Anniversary of the church.

Prophet Kwaw Dadzi

Addressing the inmates, Prophet Dadzi encourage them not lose hope for all is not lost. He said that some wrongs are punishable by law, it is not condemnation of their souls but it takes repentance and reformation that one can experience God’s favor.

He assured them that, they will certainly be released and some will come out as great men and will contribute their quota to society.

Prophet Kwaw Dadzi

Prophet Dadzi admonished the inmates saying what is important is that God is always with his children through thick and thin until they repent.

He equally used the occasion to advised family members and relatives to embrace and welcome them home when they are released. They should not abundant or scorn them.

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