Apostle Dr. Aaron Ami-Narh elected as the new president of Apostolic Church Ghana

The National Council of the Apostolic Church Ghana has elected Apostle Dr. Aaron Ami-Narh as the new president for the church.

He is expected to manage the affairs of the Apostolic Church Ghana at the national level together with newly elected Vice-President and General Secretary, Apostle Dr. Frederick Yaw Agyeman and Apostle Dr. Daniel Kissi Bardoom respectively.


The three were elected at the church’s National Council meeting held last week at the Apostolic Resource, Conference and Retreat Centre at Frafraha near Adentan in Accra.

Apostle Ami-Narh will take over from Apostle Peter Okoe Mankralo who has served as President of Church since 2015 and is due to retire later this year, 2019.

From left to right: Apostle Dr. Aaron Ami-Narh, Apostle Dr. Frederick Yaw Agyeman and Apostle Dr. Daniel Kissi Bardoom


Apostle Dr. Frederick Yaw Agyeman, the Vice President-elect will also replace Apostle Christian Kwesi Nartey while Apostle Kissi Bardoom, General Secretary-elect, will replace Apostle Alex Kwaku Ofosu.

citinewsroom.com understands that the leadership of the church is expected to hold a meeting next week to among other things  set a date for the induction ceremony of the newly elected leaders.


About Apostle Ami-Narh

Apostle (Dr.) Aaron Ami-Narh, is a seasoned servant of God who has allowed himself to become a groove for God to channel His mysteries through.

A preacher of righteousness and hope, Dr. Ami-Narh is a known conference speaker.

He has three (3) books to his credit namely, “The Path of True Liberty”,  “The Due Order” and “Achieving Your Purpose and Destiny”.

He is a member of the National Executive Committee of the Apostolic Church-Ghana, the District Head of Tema Community 5 District and also the Resident Apostle of the purpose-driven C5 Assembly.

Professionally, he is a medical practitioner with the Narh-Bita Hospital, Tema and the Vice President of the Narh-Bita College.

He is married to Deaconess (Mrs.) Josephine Ami-Narh and they are blessed with three (3) children, Danielle, Philip and Delores.


Source: Citinewroom