ICGC encourages Ghanaians to donate blood

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Regional Overseer for the International Central Gospel Church Pastor Dickson Tuffour Sarpong has asked Ghanaians to inculcate the habit of donating blood.

The pastor who leads the ICGC Jesus Temple in Koforidua and is in charge of Eastern and Volta Regional branches of the church bemoaned deaths caused by lack of blood.

Pastor Dickson Tuffour Sarpong explained anytime a person donates blood, the human body naturally replaces it within 24 hours.

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According to him, blood donors always renew or restart their system anytime they donate, making donors look fresh all the time.

The Pastor was speaking at a blood donation exercise in Koforidua as part of activities to commemorate the 35th anniversary of the International Central Gospel Church.

He said the exercise is the part of the church’s social consciousness in giving back to society.

Regional Overseer of Eastern and Volta Regions for the International Central Gospel Church (ICGC) who double as head pastor for the ICGC Jesus Temple in Koforidua, Dickson Tuffour Sarpong, is admonishing a section of the Ghanaian populace who have negative perceptions on blood donation to rethink and inculcate the habit of donating blood.

He said, many life’s are lost on a daily bases because of luck of blood at the various hospitals.

Pastor Dickson Tuffour Sarpong said anytime one donate blood, the human body naturally replaces it within 24 hours.

According to him, blood donors always renew or restart their system anytime they donate, making donors look fresh all the time.

He encouraged Ghanaians to inculcate the habit of donating blood to save life’s and themselves.

Pastor Dickson Tuffour Sarpong made the disclosure when the ICGC Jesus Temple organized a blood donation exercise in Koforidua as part of activities to commemorate the 35th anniversary of the International Central Gospel Church.

He said the blood donation exercise is part of the Church initiatives to give back to society.

Some of the blood donors also encouraged others to donate to save.

They believe, if 5% of Ghanaians donate blood at least once a year, it would save life’s.

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