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St. Paul Catholic Church - Nsuta

St Paul Nsuta

Nsuta is a town in the Techiman South Municipality. It is located on the Techiman-Sunyani road. Nsuta, according to the 2010 population census, had a total population of 2,380 people living in it.

Nsuta St. Paul Catholic Church was established in 1944 by the late James Nyarko, the father of Most Rev. Dominic Yeboah Nyarko, Bishop of Techiman Diocese. It was elevated to quasi parish status on the 19th of April 1998 with Rev. Fr. Augustine Twum Obour as its first pastor. He was replaced by Rev. Fr. Robert Kwarteng in 2001. When Techiman Diocese was created, Rev. Fr. James Fosu, took over from Rev. Fr. Paul Yeboah in 2008. At the moment, Rev. Fr. Anthony Kofi Worae is takin care of the parish with 13 outstations.

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The Catholic Diocese of Techiman envisions a harmonious society where reconciliation, justice and peace prevail; and God’s people attain spiritual growth.
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