It was all colourful over the weekend at the Anim Temple of the Christ Apostolic Church Int. Osu, as the Thanksgiving Service of the Late Apostle Daniel Kwame Obese Saforo, saw the representation of the clergy and churches in Ghana. Apostle D.K. Saforo until his demise was the only surviving founding Father of the Ghana Pentecostal and Charismatic Council, founded on 3rd March 1969.
Apostle D.K. Saforo has finally been called to his eternal home and the funeral was held on Friday 2nd February 2024, at the forecourt of the Statehouse. The Thanksgiving Service was held at the Anim Temple of the Christ Apostolic Church Int. Osu, on Sunday 4th February 2024 had in attendance some signatories like the following: Apostle Samuel Amponsah-Frimpong (Chairman of CACI), Apostle Dr. Samuel Addai-Kusi (General Secretary, CACI), Apostle Dr. Aaron Ami-Narh (President TAC-G), Apostle Immanuel Tettey (General Secretary, GPCC) and Apostle General Sam Korankye Ankrah (Royal House Chapel International).
The others were, Apostle Prosper D. Agbaglo ( Evangelism Detector, CACI), Apostle Ishmael Sai (Calvary Apostolic Revival Church), and Elder Emmanuel Odoom (General Elder, CACI).
While sermonizing, Apostle Samuel Amponsah-Frimpong, the Chairman of the Christ Apostolic Church International indicated that a good man always leaves a good inheritance to his children. Describing the legacy bequeathed by the late Apostle D.K. Saforo to succeeding generations as a true example of a good man.
Apostle General Sam Korankye Ankrah, Apostle Dr. Aaron Ani-Narh, and Apostle Immanuel Tettey, all took turns to make a few remarks about the departed hero in the religious landscape of Ghana. They were all unanimous that the funeral and Thanksgiving Service of the late Apostle has helped unify the churches in Ghana now, more than before.
After the close of the Thanksgiving service, the Chairman of CACI, Apostle Samuel Amponsah-Frimpong took the President of the Apostolic Church, Ghana, Apostle Aaron Ami-Narh, on a brief tour of the proposed site for the construction of the New Headquarters Complex of CACI and, to the tombstone of the father of Pentecostalism in Ghana, Apostle Peter Newman Anim, located at the same premises.