The Headquarters of the Church of Pentecost has employed the 36-year-old taxi driver who returned an amount of GH¢8,000 to a fishmonger who left her money in his car.
Kwesi Ackon, who is also a member of the church and fellowships at the Onyeametease Assembly in the Kokomlemle District, began work on Thursday, June 16 as a Driver Grade II for the church.
The announcement was made on the church’s website on Thursday, June 16.
Mr. Ackon expressed appreciation to the leadership of the church, particularly the Chairman, Apostle Eric Nyamekye, and the General Secretary, Apostle Alexander Nana Yaw Kumi-Larbi and thanked God for the opportunity granted him.
He noted that working at the Headquarters of the Church would further build his faith and Christian values.
The announcement on the Church’s website referred to a letter of employment signed by the Human Resource Manager, Elder Samuel Mantey Addo, which read “The Church of Pentecost Headquarters hereby offers you employment as Driver Grade II…”