The Women’s Fellowship of Parliament Chapel International (PCI) held its Women’s Week celebrations with several activities to mark the celebrations.
Activities of the Week began on Thursday under the chairmanship of Mrs. Mavis Amoako Attah, who said the objective of the Women’s Week celebration is to provide women with a spiritual experience in the church that will help women examine their relationship with God, examine their personal and family lives and fellowship with their likeminded Sisters in Christ.
According to her, the Week provided worship services and workshops focused on helping all women to become better Christians and better Sisters in Christ and recognized various accomplishments of women in the church as they celebrate the good news that women are active in the church and worship God.
On Thursday, Prophet Kofi Oduro came to begin the celebrations with an amazing church service with inspiring messages that inspired women in the church.
The Founder and General Overseer of the Church, Apostle Francis Amoako Attah took over on Friday with an All Night service.
The celebration was crowned on Sunday with the Head of the Women Fellowship, Rev. Mrs. Mavis Amoako Attah ministering.
Other activities marking the day were Beauty contest, and Di Asa contest and Nana Asantewaa Krobia Arhin taking the day of becoming the Miss Parliament Chapel International 2022.
Below are the contestants and winners of the contests:
MISS PARLIAMENT 2022
Winner – Nana Asantewaa Krobia Arhin
Ist Runner Up – Akosua Oparebea
2nd Runner Up – Jacqueline Obiri Yeboah
Abena Serwaa Ophelia( Fashion designer/ musician)
Gladstorm Akwaboah ( Musician/Song Writer )
Miss Asor Yaa Kyei( Teacher at Achimota SHS)
Mr George Ofori ( Building Contractor )
FORMER MISS PARLIAMENT
Miss Parliament 2018 – Gloria Kofie
Miss Xcel Plus – Mama Thess ( since 2014, no challenger)
DI ASA CONTEXT
Ist – Mary Nunoo
2nd – Benedicta Sackey
3rd – Mabel
Yaa Luna was the Master of Ceremony.