Pastor Funmi Tayo-Ajimoko urges gov’t to improve condition at the prisons
Founder and General Overseer of Funmi Tayo Ajimoko Ministry, Pastor Mrs. Funmi Tayo-Ajimoko has urged prisoners in the country not to be discouraged by their present condition since no condition is permanent.

Date Created : 2/13/2019 7:11:43 AM : Story Author : William Dei-Gyau/

"Do not be discouraged because you are today serving a prisons term today but rather pray to God to have mercy on you to cause change in your life so you will not engage yourself in situations that brought you here. Note that no condition is permanent so you will surely leave this place one day" She noted.

Pastor Mrs. Tayo-Ajimoko was addressing inmates of the Koforidua prisons when her Ministry Funmi Yaro Ajumoko Ministry visited the facility to donate to help improve the standard of living of the prisoners.

Mrs Yaro-Ajimoko who has since 2011 made donations to several agencies in the country, donated items including sponge, towels, second hand clothings, different kinds of soap, washing powder, different kind of local meals, assorted drinks, and many more worth almost GHS 20,000.00 said she only work by the direction of the holy Spirit.

She advised that government should go into the files of the inmates because she believes most of them are there due to false accusations hence government should fast track investigation to free those who have been falsely accused.

Pastor Funmi Tayo-Ajumoko lamented on the hell prisoners are going through urged government to revamp the prisons, by providing adequate infrastructure to house the inmates, she also appealed that authorities should at least fix fun in the prisons since too much heat can cause disease.

Receiving the items on behalf of the prisoners, ADP Joseph Asabere who is the second in command at Koforidua Prisons expressed his appreciation to Mrs. Funmi and also used the opportunity to call on stakeholders in the country to come to their aid to help them as Mrs Funmi and her Ministry has done.