The Christ Apostolic Church International (CACI), Accra-South Territory has last week, break ground for the construction of an office complex to serve an administrative purpose for the territory and the CACI as a whole.
Construction of the office complex encompasses a 250-capacity office space with auxiliary facilities, crafted to provide relative comfort for conferences, seminars, and training services among others.
The aforementioned project forms part of the church’s reach out captured in its vision under the able leadership of Apostle Benjamin Ahinfo.
Chairman of Christ Apostolic Church International, Apostle George Yeboah, among other Territorial Officers of Accra South and other dignitaries graced the occasion which is to commence with immediate effect.
The Chairman broke the ground to mark as the commencement of the project and was optimistic that, the builders would deliver to expectation in order to signify the edifice as a monument designated for God’s purpose.
As the Leader of the Church who graced the occasion, the Chairman commended the territorial officers for their indefatigable effort to aid in the developmental projects of the church.
Delivering a speech, the Chairman highlighted on the need for more territorial office structure to serve as administrative purposes in all territories.
The 2.6 million Ghana Cedis project which is under construction at Tse-Addo at La-Dade Kotopon Municipality, Accra would house all the administrative offices of the territory.
By Nii Arday
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