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Teacher and Rev. Minister gone missing after school ~ Worrying story.

Teacher and Rev. Minister gone missing after school – Worrying story.

The Presbyterian Church of Ghana has announced that a teacher who doubles as a minister of the church has gone missing. The last time he was seen was when he was going to school on Thursday 26th May 2022.

The Rev Minister, who is currently missing is Rev Isaac Nkrumah who also works as a teacher at Mpirim D/A Junior High School.

He is also a former teacher at Meduma M/A JHS in the Kwabre East Municipality of Ashanti region as Twi teacher

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According to the Sekyere Presbytery Chairperson who made the announcement from the Presbytery, “Rev Isaac Nkrumah, is a Minister in Charge of Hope Congregation at Mampong and a teacher at Mpirim D/A Junior High School. However ever he left for school yesterday in the morning and has since not returned.”

The church has indicated all efforts to find him have not yielded any fruitful results. The Church made an official announcement on its National Facebook page to seek for every assistance to locate the whereabouts of the Rev. Minister.

The full announcement is captured below.

I regret to announce the missing of one of our Ministers at Asante Mampong in the Sekyere Presbytery.

He is Rev Isaac Nkrumah, a Minister in Charge of Hope Congregation at Mampong and a teacher at Mpirim D/A Junior High School. He left for school yesterday in the morning and has since not returned.

All vantage points have been searched, but no trace has been found about him. Anyone who knows his whereabout or any information about him should call the following numbers 0556533266 or 0246155341

Please pray with us.

Sekyere Presbytery Chairperson.

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