The Rev. Raymond Baah Abekah of the Ghanaian Presbyterian Church in Toronto has earned a doctorate degree from the North Central Theological Seminary in Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA. This was after he has enrolled as a student of that institution in 2016. Among the courses he studied were, Hermeneutics, Advanced New Testament Survey, Advanced Systematic Theology, Advanced Evangelism Practice, Analysis of Prayer and Revelation, to name a few. The Rev. Dr. Raymond K. Baah Abekah having submitted his hundred – paged dissertation graduated on March 12, 2019. Presenting this good news to his congregation on Good Friday at their forenoon service, Elder Nana Adwoa Asare, who doubles as the Co-Moderator to the Presbytery of West Toronto, said it was a joy to see their Pastor climb the academic ladder to such a height. Dr. Baah Abekah, on his part dedicated that feat to God and the church as a whole, stating, ‘It’s not by might, nor by power, but by the Spirit and enablement of God that has brought me thus far.’ He used the occasion to challenge the young people in his church to soar higher and higher, trusting that the Lord would always be their helper. We, the management of the Ghanaian News, congratulate the Rev. Dr. Baah Abekah for this achievement and also wish him well as he goes back to Ghana in August this year to continue the ministry God has called him into. Congratulations and God bless.
TORONTO — Finance Minister Vic Fedeli is one of several high-profile ministers demoted in a major cabinet shuffle announced today by Premier Doug Ford. The Progressive Conservative government has faced weeks of criticism after the public learned of funding cuts that were hidden in Fedeli’s April budget. Environment Minister Rod Phillips, who played a major […]
OTTAWA – The federal government is setting up a secretariat to root out systemic racism and discrimination within federal institutions, programs and services. The secretariat is part of a $45-million federal anti-racism effort, which also includes funding for programs run by community groups on things like job-skills training, youth mentorships, legal services and protections against […]
Canada has issued an alert to its citizens in Ghana to step up their security following the kidnapping of two of its nationals in the Ashanti regional capital, Kumasi. The Canadian government in a tweet said, “Be aware of your surroundings and avoid walking alone or displaying signs of wealth. Ensure that windows and doors […]