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Don’t be Rev Ministers only but Entrepreneurs as well… Rev Obotuo advises


Founder of the In Him is Life International Church, Rev Isaac Opoku has expressed the need for Ghanaians particularly Men of God  to aim at becoming entrepreneurs. Speaking in an interview on inhisliferadio Rev Opoku popularly known as Rev Obotuo noted that being a Rev Minister does not mean you should rely on the church solely for revenue.

He stated “It is important you have your own business aside the church. “I am a Rev Minister and an entrepreneur . I have lots of companies as well. Aside doing the work of God i am creating employment . This is what all Ministers of God should do .”

Rev Opoku explained that getting your own business will also reduce burden on the congregation since money collected from them will be reduced.

Rev Isaac Opoku who is the Chief Executive Officer of Opoku Family Clinic,OPFA  in Accra gave the advise when he officially opened the clinic to provide healthcare to residents of Lapaz and its environs.

Prior to the official opening of the clinic, OPFA organised  free health screening at Lapaz Tema Station, Amasaman station,Abeka Botwe and the premises of the Clinic at Lapaz.

Residents were screened of hepetitis b, HIV, Syphilis, Blood Pressure, Blood groups among others.

Rev Opoku advised staff of the clinic to be disciplined and be professional in the discharge of their duties. They should also keep records and be punctual at work.

Group CEO-Prestidge Medical Africa Ghana Limited , Mr Albert Agyeman  Bediako was grateful to rev Isaac Opoku for establishing the Clinc since it will reduce the stress off residents of Lapaz from travelling long distance to access healthcare.

Aside providing spiritual welfare and guidance to Christians Rev Obotuo is helping government solve unemployment situation in the country .

By:Victoria Soglo/inhimisliferadio



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