Saturday, 28 January 2012


This week has been another refreshing one to our family in Hamburg. One of our leading church officers who is also a personal friend, ELDER SAMUEL AMO TOBBIN, paid us a visit from Tuesday 24th, to Friday 27th, January 2012.
Elder Samuel Amo Tobbin and I

Elder Tobbin is the Presiding Elder of Dr Thomas Wyatt Assembly of The Church of Pentecost in Accra, Ghana. He is also the award-winning CEO of TOBBINCO PHARMACEUTICAL GROUP OF COMPANIES.

A very successful businessman, Elder Tobbin won the "Marketing Man of the Year (2010)" award from the prestigious Chartered Institute of Marketing, Ghana.

The favor of God was further manifested to this humble and soft-spoken man of God when the Paramount Chief of his home Wassa Fiase Traditional Area in the Western Region of Ghana, Osagyefo Dr. Kwamina Ennimil conferred on, and crowned, him Nkosuohene under the royal name Nana Kwaku Gyebi.

Nana Kwaku Gyebi, (known in public life as Elder Samuel Amo Tobbin) newly crowned Nkosuohene, seated majestically with his wife, Mercy
Elder Nana Kwaku Gyebi has demonstrated that at the confluence of spirituality and royalty, the waters can still be clear. Does Bible history not teach that the best kings were also those who feared God the most? Why should those who fear God, and feel called, in our generation shy away from politics or rulership even when they qualify for such positions?
Nana Kwaku Gyebi a.k.a Elder Tobbin receiving a citation in his honor prior to his coronation from Osagyefo Dr. Kwamina Ennimil, Paramount Chief of Wassa Fiase Traditional Area
This being Elder Tobbin's third time of visiting me in this present condition, he was full of praise to God, seeing the massive improvements that have taken place. He exploded in spontaneous prayer of thanksgiving and also supplicated our Heavenly Father for my speedy recovery.
Elder Nana Kwaku Gyebi burst forth in spontaneous prayer of praise to God for the progress I have made. Joined by my wife Martha, they also supplicated the Throne of Grace on my behalf

Elder Nana Kwaku Gyebi helping me to do "Johnny Walking" on my standing machine
Like many of our visitors, Nana Kwaku Gyebi was delighted to lend a hand in my home therapies.

We are ever grateful to God for the favor He continues to show us. We are equally thankful to the leaders and members of The Church of Pentecost as well as those of other churches for their continuous prayer and other dimensions of support to us.

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