Apostle Michael Kwabena Ntumy, the former chairman of The Church of Pentecost, has passed away.
According to Newstitbits, the global Pentecostal church with its headquarters in Ghana lost its fourth chairman on Wednesday, December 27.
At the age of 26, Apostle Ntumy started working for The Church of Pentecost full-time. At the age of thirty-three, he received a call to the apostleship, and six years later, The Church of Pentecost elected him as its fourth chairman.
He was succeeded by Apostle Professor Opoku Onyinah after two terms (10 years) of service.
He is recognized for having overcome numerous obstacles, such as being imprisoned in rebel territory during the Libyan Civil War (1990s), being the victim of physical attacks, poisoning, and paralysis that forced him to use a wheelchair.