The Apostolic Church, Ghana has inducted Apostle Dr Aaron Ami-Narh into office as the 7th President.
The New President, Apostle Ami-Narh takes over from Apostle Peter Okoe Mankralo, the immediate past President of the church.
Other Executives inducted into office were: Apostle Fredrick Yaw Agyemang as the Vice President, who took over from Apostle C.K. Nartey, outgoing Vice President and Apostle Dr. Daniel Bardoom Kissi as the General Secretary, who also took over from Apostle Alex Ofosu.
The induction ceremony held in Community 5 Tema brought together dignitaries across the country including former President of Ghana, Mr. John Dramani Mahama and the President of Full Gospel Church International, Bishop Samuel Noi Mensah.
Apostle Dr. Aaron Ami-Narh, until his elevation was the District Apostle of the Community 5 District of the church.
He served the church in various capacities including a committee member with responsibility for the English Service at Community 5 in the past 5 years.
Again, he served as the Vice President and the President of the Apostolic Students Association (APOSA) which stated when he matriculated as a student at the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST).
Giving a sermon on the theme: “Cross Over, Take Over” at the Induction ceremony, Apostle Emmanuel Mbakwe of the Apostolic Church-United Kingdom, congratulated the new President and his executive members on their elevation.
Apostle Mbakwe reminded them of the journey ahead which he said was not going to be easy but God will be their strength.
Apostle Mbakwe urged members of the church to see the elevation as a transition period and as such support the new President and his team to succeed.
“The mantle has been given to you so go and make disciples .It is time for a great legacy to be left for leaders in the future and the mantle has been given to him to make it happen,” he said.
In his acceptance speech, Apostle Dr. Ami- Narh expressed appreciation to the immediate past executive of the church for their effort in the current growth of the church.
Assuring the members and executives, the President noted that his leadership would tap the blessings from them and seek the face of God to move the church to another level.
“What God says we should do we will do, and where he tells us to go we will go,” he stressed.