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Nana Ofori Akuffo is currently in charge of Educational Empowerment & Allied Services. Before joining Regent-Ghana in 2012, Nana Ofori Akuffo was a Principal at Faith Evangelical Theological College and Seminary and Adjunct Lecturer at Agape Bible College. He was Born at Berekum in the Brong-Ahafo Region of Ghana to Mr. Kwasi Akuffo a native from Akropong-Akuapem an educationist and Mrs. Victoria Dokua Akuffo a senior nurse/midwife officer from Kyebi, all in the Eastern Region on 6th July, 1966. Nana Ofori Akuffo had his primary and middle school education at Volta River Authority Akosombo and the Presbyterian boys boarding school (Salem), he proceeded to Manya Krobo Secondary School at Odumase-Krobo and Ho Technical Institute now Ho Polytechnic.
After these, he had a call to ministry and went to Ghana Christian College and Seminary now Ghana Christian University College to study Theology in order to become a Pastor. He graduated from Ghana Christian College in 1991. He pioneered the Presbyterian Church of Ghana in Hohoe. He went toWorld Outreach School of Missions, in Nigeria. He did his masters in the year 2012 at Trinity Theological Seminary and currently studying for a PhD in the Practical Theology at South African Theological Seminary.
He started teaching at Regent University College of Science and technology in 2012 as a Lecturer at the Department of Theology and Ministry and University Chaplain. He is currently the manager- Educational Empowerment & Allied Services in charge of international desk, pre-university and rural education.
Nana Kwaku Ofori Akuffo is married with three children, a dynamic team player with varied background and experience in leadership in the corporate world, religious field and mix well with people from all cultures and backgrounds, a and a good organizer in dealing with students and youth, commitment to excellence and to be the most effective and productive person wherever I find myself.
The Role of information and communication technology (ICT) in Theological Education in Ghana: Case Study of Trinity Theological Seminary – June 2012
Modern Strategies in Evangelism and Church Growth: The case study of Royal House Chapel International – March 2014