The Metropolitan Archbishop of Accra, Most Rev. John Bonaventure Kwofie in a statement has named new Deans to head the various Deaneries in the Archdiocese.
This will be the very first-time Archbishop Kwofie, will be appointing Deans to assist him to govern the Archdiocese as the Metropolitan Archbishop of Accra.
A statement from the Archbishop’s office indicates that new appointment includes Rev. Fr. John Kobina Amoah, Rev. Fr. Nimorious K. Domanzing, SMA, Rev. Fr. Felix Sesenyo Quarshie, Rev. Fr. Peter K. Atsu, Rev. Fr. Anthony Opong, and Rev. Fr. George Obeng Appah.
A Dean in the Catholic Church is a priest appointed for five (5) years holding certain positions of authority in a deanery, a subdivision of a diocese. He is to watch over the clergy of the deanery, to see that the orders of the Bishop fulfilled.
Below are the details of the appointments and their deaneries.
Rev. Fr. John Kobina Amoah(St. Anthony – Nungua) – Osu Deanery
Rev. Fr. Nimorius K. Domanzing, SMA (St. Francis of Assisi – Ashaley Botwe) – Madina Deanery
Rev. Fr. Felix Sesenyo Quarshie (Corpus Christi – Sakumono) – Tema-Battor Deanery
Rev. Fr. Peter K. Atsu (St. Benedict–Ofankor) – Kaneshie Deanery
Rev. Fr. Anthony Opong (St. Peter – Ngleshie Amanfro) – Mamprobi Deanery
Rev. Fr. George Obeng Appah(St. Thomas Moore and John Fisher – Achimota) – Kpehe Deanery
Source: Radio Angelus