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Archdeacon Emeritus Andrew Christian Agyeman,oldest Anglican Priest called to eternity at Age 111.


Our Beloved Father in God,  Archdeacon Emeritus Andrew Christian Agyeman is no more. He was called to eternity at 10 yesterday morning at the Nsawam Government Hospital,  Ghana, I am told.  He was heading towards his 112nd Birthday in April this year. He remains on record as the Oldest Anglican Priest in Ghana, 111+!!!
May his soul and the souls of all the faithful departed, through the mercy of God, rest in perfect peace and rise in glory!
Although it hurts as far as his demise is concerned we
offer a Sacrifice of Praise and Thanksgiving to our God Almighty for such a special life given  to the Church and the world which  was so richly  and graciously lived in the same LORD God Almighty!

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  1. May his soul rest in peace. Much condolences to the family, faithfuls
    and dear ones

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