Religious World Organisation Undergoing Reforms
REVEREND Nana Adu Gyan, chairman of the appointment’s committee of the South African based Religious World Organisation (RWO), has intimated that various changes are being made in the organisation to give it a wider focus and the leverage to take the word of God to all parts of Africa.
The organisation which has members from African countries who are pastors, prophets, elders and teachers of the word was established over ten years ago as a way of disseminating the word of God throughout Africa in a veritable crusade to revolutionise the doctrine of Christ.
Speaking to the Times on his return from South Africa, Nana Gyan said in accordance with the on-going restructuring of the organisation, certain personalities have been relieved of their duties for others to take over to introduce fresh blood into the organisation’s operations.
They include Reverend Dr Appiah Kubi, head of evangelism of RWO, Reverend Kwaku Sasu, a freelance evangelist who is the organisation’s financial assistant and evangelist Anim Gyimah, RWO organiser.
Reverend Adu Gyan said the termination of some appointments at his behest had to come at the time when RWO leaders needed to give account of their stewardship to the organisation and its benefactors and beneficiaries alike.
He lamented the untoward behaviour of some members of the organisation, who by-passed laid down rules and regulation to go soliciting for monies on behalf of RWO and misapplying such monies.
He urged members of the organisation to be honest and play their respective roles to honour and glorify God’s work.