Alfred Appiah was born at Breman Essiam in the Central Region of Ghana. He is the fourth of six siblings graciously given to Mr. Anthony Appiah and Mrs. Sarah Eduamoah. These watered the seed of education in his life and made his childhood days’ worth remembering. Alfred is one who is passionate and seeks to guide, support and impact young people in their Christian, personal, social and educational development. His dedication on the Youth Ministry of the Church is extremely remarkable. He is currently the National President of the Young People’s Guild (YPG) of the Church and also doubles as the Youth Male Representative on the General Assembly Council (GAC) of the Church. He worships at the Ebenezer congregation in the Bisease District in the Central Presbytery. Prior to taking up these positions, he had served as the National President for the National Union of Presbyterian Students- Ghana (NUPS-G) for the Period 2014-2016 where he distinguished himself as a selfless Leader and used his time, resources and abilities to help in the work of God. Under his leadership, large numbers of Presbyterian Students participated in the long vacation evangelism activities in the remote areas of the country. Alfred has also served in various capacities of the Church such as Junior Youth Leader and a Catechist. I am deeply impressed with his commitment to work. Alfred holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Commerce (BCom) from the University of Cape Coast. He is currently working with the Adom Foundation in Accra. Appiahalfred211@gmail.com Facebook- Alfred Appiah
ESIWONAM AKU AGBALE
Esiwonam Aku Agbale is born to Mr. Michael Ladzaglah and Mrs. Gifty Ladzaglah. She is the first child of two. She is a no.9 from Mepe in the North Tongu district in the Volta Region. She has a 1st degree in BSc Administration (accounting option) in Central University. She has started her ACCA professionals currently writing part 2 and looking forward to start her 2nd degree in Finance at GIMPA. She is an accountant by profession. Her current employment is with Macwest Limited, a cement procurement company as an accountant. Esiwonam Aku Agbale has been a member of the Presbyterian Church since infant. She took the position of secretary in her then local, North Kaneshie Presby, now Christ Family Congregation at the age of 20. When her 3 years term ended, she was voted for as vice president at the age of 23. And was appointed as National YPG treasurer at the age of 25. She has been playing her role as treasurer by receiving all monies due to the Guild and issuing receipt. She disburses the National Guild's funds as directed by NGEC, NGC and NGDC. She submits records of all monies received and payment made upon request by NFS. She keeps some cash amount determined by the NGEC as imprest for running the guild. She also serves on the Financial Committee of the National Guild. Lastly, she plays other role as directed by NGEC. She likes reading and watching foreign movies.
TETTEH ABBAS AYITTEY
The National Organising Secretary is from the Akuapem Presbytery. He worships with the PCG, Prince of Peace Congregation in the Djankrom District. He comes from Bawjiase in the Central Presbytery. He is a former Prayer Secretary of NUPS-G P.C.E. He is a Teacher. He loves taking up challenging positions to achieve the extra ordinary results. He loves making new friends for his wide networking. Email: email@example.com Facebook: Tetteh Abbas
Clement is a humble young adult who has passion for the things of God. He loves to counsel young people and motivate them into identifying their self worth. He has a strong desire to go into full time ministry and also author books.
CECILIA AFRAH ACHEAMPONG
Miss Cecilia Afrah Acheampong is a young and dynamic lady who has the zeal and passion for God's work especially among the youth, in the Presbyterian Church of Ghana. She is privileged to have worked in all the Courts of the Church. She's a member of the St. Paul Congregation, Cape Coast where she held her first position as the Secretary of the Guild. In a year time, she became the Cape Coast District YPG Secretary. Her second year in office, she contested for the position as the Western Presbytery YPG Secretary and won massively. Few months in office, she took the challenge in contesting for a National position and to the glory of God she won. Currently, she is the National Assistant General Secretary of the Young People's Guild and the Female Youth Representative on the General Assembly Council. Cecilia holds a Diploma in Basic Education and currently pursuing a Bachelor of Psychology in Foundation of Education at the University Of Cape Coast. Cecilia is a Teacher by Profession; she currently works at Amazing Grace Preparatory School at Kotei- Deduako, Kumasi. She loves to teach and to be taught as well. She loves to counsel the people around her with the little knowledge acquired. She has the gift of Singing, enjoys cooking and easy at making friends. Cecilia is in a family of five (5) and the youngest child. She was born on 6th May, 1990. She's a Fante from Apam, in the Central Region. Cecilia believe that, every individual processes a special capability within him or her, so people especially the Youth should be given the opportunity to bring out the best in them. Long live PCG! Long live YPG!
ATTERH BERNARD OPATA
Bernard Atterh Opata is a highly motivated and affable individual with good communication and interpersonal skills, as well as the ability to learn new skills quickly and readily to apply them effectively and productively. Bernard is a good team player who is able to get work done under minimum or no supervision and with a Bachelor of Business Administration in Accounting from the University of Education, Winneba. He seeks to contribute his quota to the Young People’s Guild of the Presbyterian Church of Ghana and the broad salvation ministry of the Almighty God. He was attached to the Controller and Accountant Generals Department, Head Office-Accra as a National Service Personnel after completing his tertiary education. He fellowships at Trinity Congregation Tema Community Four (4) in the Tema North District in the Ga Presbytery.
GEORGE EVANS NTI – BOAKYE
George Evans Nti – Boakye is a passionate leader and he believes that ‘everyone can be a Leader, but not everyone can be a Good Leader. You need not to be appointed or elected before you call yourself a Leader. Once you are able to manage your own affairs very well, then, you are a Leader - But if you are able to manage your affairs very well and impart into people’s lives, then you are a Good Leader’. He is an Entrepreneur whose passion is to motivate and encourage people to set up their own business. He is very passionate and a committed leader who seeks to impart people with knowledge, ideas and strategies that will empower them to take a good change of their lives. He is a Conference Speaker, a Leadership Coach, Event manager, Consultant and a Teacher. He is the CEO of GEVANSKO ENTERPRISE. George Evans Nti – Boakye is currently serving as the YPG Superintendent of the Central Presbytery and Superintendent Rep on the National YPG Council. District: KASOA Local: Bethel Congregation- Down Town. My duties as the Superintendent Rep, as clearly stated in the YPG Constitution, Article 11.7 1. Assit. the National Guild Executive Committee in the performance of its functions. 2. Deputize for the National President in His/her absence. 3. Perform any other functions as may be directed by the National Guild Executive Committee, the National Guild Council or the National Guild Delegates’ Conference.
REV. CHARLES KWESI YEBOAH
I am a very passionate YOUTH Advocate as I believe that the youth should be given platforms in every aspect of our society and the Church especially. I take charge of second cycle and Tertiary schools where we have NUPS-G. I undertake Baptisms, confirmation, communion services, counselling sessions among others. I am married with beautiful and sweet daughter. Currently, the Coordinators' Representative on the National Executive Committee of the YPG.