Pentecost University Ends Week-long activities in Tanzania.
Pentecost University team who traveled to Tanzania for admissions activities have ended the assignment successfully. The team which included Mr. Isaac Yeboah, Admissions Officer, Rev. Augustine Arthur- Norman, Head of Students Support Services and Rev. Fred Amoakohene-Sarpong, a lecturer joined PIWC Accra for missionary activities of The Church of Pentecost in Tanzania.
While in the East African country, the team participated in vigorous evangelism activities. They also visited places to recruit students for the University. Aside that, they visited potential business partners including the University of Dodoma, the biggest University in Tanzania and one of the most respected in East Africa.
They discussed possible collaborations that will enrich research in the two Universities and also open opportunities for exchange programmes for both staff and students.
Commenting on the international assignment, Mr. Isaac Yeboah described it as “fruitful and successful.” The Admissions Officer added that the impact The Church of Pentecost and Pentecost University made in Dodoma in the past few days is enormous. He commended the National Head of the Church of Pentecost in Tanzania, Aps. David Hayfron and the PIWC Accra team for their special support during the period.