I was born in the twin city of Sekondi-Takoradi in Ghana, to a Muslim father and a Christian mother. My father’s family will not allow him to marry a woman of different faith, so out of love for him, she converted to Islam. Several years into the marriage and seven children, my mother went back to Christ. Her decision did not sit well with my father, so they parted ways.
I worked as a payroll clerk at the State Construction Corporation in Takoradi, after graduating from Ahantaman Secondary School at Takoradi. My dream was to be an engineer seafarer, so I sought a degree in internal combustion engines at Takoradi Polytechnic. A month after graduation, I was hired as engine cadet intern with a shipping company called Black Star Line (BSL).
I became a committed member of the church, and through my commitment, the Lord elevated me to the eldership role; then years later, I was ordained as a pastor. In the year 2000, I was transferred to the USA to replant the Bronx assemble. While doing so, I obtained my bachelor’s degree in theology from the Southern University College of Theology.
When I became a Christian, I devoted myself to reading the Bible and understanding the message is giving to Christians. I noticed that many people including some Christians have abandoned their godly responsibility. I began to pray to the God for three years, and the Lord inspired me to write this book, “The Saving Heritage” for awareness.