The founder and leader of the Hope Generation Ministry, Prophet Eric Amponsah, popularly known as Computer Man, has been elevated to ‘Bishop-elect’ by the Council of World Bishops.

His appointment was announced in a press release issued by the office of the Presiding Archbishop of the Council of World Bishops, on Sunday January 15, 2017.

The release said: “This is to inform (you of) your appointment as Bishop-elect as stated in the Council of World Bishops Elevation and Consecration of Bishops’ policy document and by the powers conferred upon me by the constitution and the general policies and by-laws of the Council of World Bishops, I, the Presiding Archbishop of the Council of World Bishops, hereby do appoint you, Dr Eric Kwasi Amponsah, as Bishop-elect effective this 15th day of January 2017 in the Council of World Bishops pending full consecration on April, 9 2017.

“Your appointment shall be regulated by the necessary provisions of the Council’s constitution, general policies, and by-laws for effective ministry.

“In accordance with policy requirements, your election is eligible and applicable in any country that you shall serve and wherever the Council of World Bishops and the Hope Generation Ministry International, shall be.”

Opambour’s church has about 77 worldwide branches with some located in Kumasi, Techiman, Sunyani, Dormaa Ahenkro, Bechem, Koforidua, Kade, Oda, Accra, Tema, Akroso, Nkawkaw, Oda-Ayirebi, and other parts of the country.

There are also branches in France, United States of America, Germany, Spain, Italy Canada, Nigeria, South Africa, and Kenya.

Source: Ghana/

Load More Related Articles
Load More By Attah Dabone
Load More In Featured
Comments are closed.

Check Also

South Africa gets gender-balanced cabinet

South African President Cyril Ramaphosa has announced a new cabinet in which, for the firs…