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Alex-Eric Kofi Abrokwa-Clottey is an Ordained International Minister and founder of IN HIS PRESENCE MINISTRIES INTERNATIONAL, COLUMBUS, OHIO. Apostle Abrokwa-Clottey was called into ministering in the year 1986, after several years of training under the leadership of THE LORD IS THERE PRAYER MINISTRIES.

Started ministering in Ghana West-Africa in the year 1993 at school with a group of young believers in Akim Kukurantumi, served at THE CHURCH OF PENTICOST-GHANA, THE CHRIST APOSTOLIC CHURCH INTERNATIONAL-GHANA AND, THE LORD IS THERE PRAYER MINISTREIES-GHANA,  served as a Pastor and leader in the Prayer department, Music and Worship Ministry, Evangelism, and Deliverance.

Apostle  Abrokwa-Clottey arrived in the United States in October of 2002.  He served under the leadership of POWER OF FAITH MINISTRIES INTERNATIONAL, and ACTION WORSHIP CENTER as a Pastor and leader in various offices in Columbus Ohio. Established IN HIS PRESENCE MINISTRIES INTERNATIONAL in September of 2009.

By June of 2008, He had completed the LPN Program at the Adult and Community Education in Columbus, Ohio. He graduated from the American Institute of Alternative Medicine (AIAM) School of Nursing as a Registered Nurse. In 2014, Apostle Abrokwa-Clottey was recognized in the winter quarter of the AIAM newsletter for enhancing nursing education in the Columbus region. In 2020, he graduated from the University of Notre Dame, Mendoza College of Business. He is an Alumnus of the City of Columbus Department of Neighborhood New American Leadership Academy (NALA 2020 COHOLT)

Practiced as a nurse in Nursing Home Facilities, Home health Services, Correctional facilities (state prison system) and Consulting as Quality Assurance and Compliance Officer.

In partnership with the co-operate healthcare industries, we have established free healthcare screening and health promotion, including free clothing, Daily drive-through produce pantry and monthly fresh produce give-away to the community in September 2014. In April 2015, Apostle Abrokwa-Clottey launched the INPREM HOLISTIC COMMUNITY RESOURCE CENTER, a comprehensive resource center to provide Free Food, Free Clothing, an After-School Program Education, Job Readiness, and Free Health Screening. A One-Stop-Shop for all your needs.

IHCRC has served 224,405 Families which includes  96,381 Seniors, 462,063 Adults, 317,846 Children, Total number of people served 873,590 from 300 zip codes. 7,899,429 meals provided from September 2014 to January 2023.

Apostle Abrokwa-Clottey has partnered with many organizations to establish food pantries, yearly food distribution programs and monthly produce market events. In 2020 and 2021, during the COVID pandemic, IHCRC was contracted by Food Rescue USA and Micilli Foods to distribute emergency food to families in Schools, daycare centers, assisted living facilities, churches, and community organizations.

Apostle Abrokwa-Clottey established Inprem Auto Sales-Columbus Ohio in 2013, Inprem Holistic Comminity Resource Africa 2017,  Inprem Ventures- Ghana 2018, Inprem Farms-Ghana 2020, Inprem Constructions-Ghana 2021, Inprem Cashew Initiative-Ghana 2021.

Apostle Abrokwa-Clottey serves the Community in divers’ offices, Member Clergy City of Columbus, Agency Council Mid-Ohio Food Collective, Patron for Ghana Council Columbus Ohio, Chaplain Ga-Adangbe Associations Columbus and Cincinnati Ohio, Music Director- Ghana Picnic and Ghana Churches in Columbus. Panelist for Immigration and Integration at the City of Columbus department of Neighborhoods, UMADAOP national Conference, Mid-Ohio Food Collective. Consult for Integrated Response to Hunger.

African Projects led by Apostle Abrokwa Clottey includes  2017, Inprem Holistic Community Resource Africa partnered with the “Love Train” in Ghana, West Africa, and some regions in Kenya, East Africa to provide privately donated emergency food, clothing, and educational materials to school children. IHCRA started the Female entrepreneurship  program in Cape Coast, Ghana. In 2018, IHCRA spearheaded a water project, built a four classroom building facility and a four restroom facility for the community of Obotwere in the Eastern Region of Ghana. In 2021 IHCRA launched the Inprem Cashew Initiative to help grow and enlarge the production of cashew in Ghana, this project has given grants to 78 farmers and has registered 350 farmers.  IHCRA in 2022 completed a water project for the Kofiasua Community in the Brong Ahafo region of Ghana, which was launched November 4th 2022, to provide good drinking water for the community.

Apostle Abrokwa-Clottey has received many Recognitions and awards for serving the Community. In 2022 – Kingdom Impact Awards Columbus Ohio and Faith based Resolution Award UMADAOP National Conference. 2019 Recommendation from Senator Sherrod Brown, Heroism Awards from Mercy Me Foundation International, 2018 C.A.A.B.A Community Impact Award, Community Outstanding Service to the Multicultural Community in Ohio from Sky Fm 102.1 and WRCM. In 2017 Community Leadership Awards from the African Nations Ball, Recognition from the City of Columbus Council for Immigrant Heritage Month in June. In 2016, Honor and Recognition from Governor John Kasich, Mayor City Of Columbus, Columbus City Council and Senator Sherrod Brown.

Apostle Abrokwa-Clottey has been married to Evelyn Sowah-Clottey since September 2004, and blessed with three Children, Joel Clottey, Yeniss Clottey and Israel Clottey.