APOSTLE SAMUEL AMPONSAH-FRIMPONG
“I have found my servant David; with my sacred oil have I anointed him. My hand shall sustain him; surely my arm will strengthen him. The enemy will not get the be
postle Samuel Amponsah-Frimpong was born into the Christ Apostolic Church International on 9th April 1969 to Late Madam Esther Afia Frimpomaa and the Late Nana Amponsah Gyan. He was dedicated the same year into the Church by Apostle S.A. Addo of blessed memory. While a baby, Apostle S. A. Addo prophesied of the call of God on his life and did caution the mother that she should not allow any secular profession to disengage her son from becoming a minister of God. The apostle subsequently advised that he should stay with people of God. Consequently, Amponsah-Frimpong was made to stay with Prophetess Margaret Anane and, later on, Apostle Owusu Foe (all of blessed memory). In 1985, he was baptized by Rev. Rtd. J.K. Okrah in Dormaa-Ahenkro.
He spent his childhood days in Dormaa-Ahenkro and Sunyani where he had his preuniversity education. He started basic school
at St. Anslem AnglicanPrimary School, Sunyani and completed the third term of his primary class 6 at Roman Catholic Primary at
Dormaa-Ahenkro. It was at Dormaa-Ahenkro where he completed his Experimental Junior Secondary education. He proceeded to
Dormaa Senior Secondary School where he successfully completed the GCE Ordinary and Advanced Levels. He obtained his Bachelor of Laws degree at the University of Ghana in 1996, and was called to the Bar in 1998 after successfully completing his Bar Examination at the Ghana School of Law. He thereafter worked briefly with the Commission on Human Rights and Administrative Justice.
In 1999, Apostle Amponsah-Frimpong turned down appointment with the diplomatic service and accepted a call into full time ministry in the Christ Apostolic Church International. In the year 2003, he was offered a full scholarship to pursue a Master of Laws program in Human Rights Democratisation in Africa (LLM) at the University of Pretoria, South Africa. Apostle Amponsah-Frimpong also studied at the Àbo Akedemi of University of Turku, Finland for a postgraduate diploma in International Human Rights. In the year 2005, he had additional training with the International Criminal Investigators Course offered by the University of Leiden in the Netherlands.