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Prefos Limited Is Thankful To God For Breakthroughs

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Pix: Alexei Kwasi Fosu – CEO, Prefos Ltd.

THE ANNUAL Prayer, Fasting and Thanksgiving service by the management and staff of Prefos Limited, has commenced at the Power Chapel International at Asuoyeboah in Kumasi.



It is under the theme:”The hand of God”.
Renowned men of God including Prophet Victor Kusi- Boateng, Founder and General Overseer of Power Chapel International Worldwide, Apostle Emmanuel Atta Adade, Founder of the Glorious Mount Zion Mission International administered the word of God at the week-long programme which marks the 32 years of the founding of the company.
Other preachers were Prophet Alex Twum, Senior Pastor of World Vision Chapel International and Dr. Michael Boadi Nyamekye of the Makers House Chapel International.

They prayed for more productive employees at Prefos Ltd as well as productive and workable ideas and technology in the business world to impact in the country and beyond.

Prophet Victor Kusi- Boateng in one of the sermons cautioned the employees of the company against get-rich-quick mentality and desist from rushing for riches and wealth.

He advised them that once they worked in truth and honesty, God in his own time raise his hand and bless them abundantly.

Songstress Diana Hamilton, Ceccy Twum, ACOP Kofi Sarong, Alice Serwaa and S.K. Frimpong are billed to provide song ministration throughout the programme.

The one-week programme will be climaxed by a dinner and awards night for workers at the weekend.

Prefos Limited, as a Building, Road, Civil and Electrical Engineering Contractors, is one of the biggest electrical engineering companies in Ghana over the last 32 years of operation.

It is also into General merchandise, supplies and Import and Export.

Over the years, Prefos Limited has manufactured variety of quality street light and provided post-installation maintenance in partnership with leading manufacturing companies, suppliers, trade associations, regulatory bodies, government agencies and major players  in the private sector.

Prefos has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with Three (3) Brothers of Egypt, to assembly LED and Solar streetlights in Ghana.

BY Kow Richardson 


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