Rev. Eastword Anaba, an Example for all Northerners.

Today, we are celebrating the contributions of one of the most recognised religious leaders in this country and who also happens to come from the Upper East region and has vowed not to move away from the north. Ladies and Gentlemen, I present to you, Pastor Eastword Anaba.
Pastor Eastwood is the President of the Eastwood Anaba Ministries (EAM) headquartered at Bolgatanga, Upper East Region of Ghana with Mission Centres in London and the United States of America. EAM seeks to reposition God’s people through revival for the return of our Lord Jesus Christ. He is also the Founder of Fountain Gate Chapel a church with over one hundred branches around the world.
He is a graduate pharmacist from the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, Kumasi, Ghana. Pastor Eastwood left the pharmacy profession to go into full time ministry of the Lord in 1988.
An author and anointed preacher and speaker, Pastor Eastwood is dedicated to making sure his gifting and wealth of experience are reaping for the Body of Christ a harvest that will impact future generations. He is the author of over forty books including his best sellers: God’s End Time Militia, the Quest for Supremacy and The Love Revolution.
He and his wife Rosemond live with their children in Bolgatanga where he pastors the DESERT PASTURES, a member church of the Fountain Gate Chapel with a congregation of over three thousand members. As a revivalist, the itinerant ministry of Pastor Eastwood features a busy schedule that has taken him to several nations of the world. is celebrating Rev. Eastword Anaba today because we believe he is an example worth emulating by all proud Northerners. If northerners who are investors could also take his stand and move to the North or decide to remain at the north, we could see better days here.


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