Elder Samuel Kwesi Nkansah

In 1977 , Elder Samuel Kwesi Nkansah attended the second anniversary celebration of Calvary Road Inc at the Arts Centre and then joined this young ministry of young and energetic Christians who were all out for God. He was initially robed into the singing wing of CRI but within a short period of time, he realised his ministry was in Drama. There was no turning back, he participated in all the plays put up by the group including, Lovers Testimony, Bachelors Confession, Church of Golgota and Broken Homes among others. He was the Drama Director from 1988-1996.

As a student at the KNUST, he was one of the pioneers of the Calvary Road Branch on the university campus. His five years stay at KNUST dramatically transformed his life as a Christian.

He was the coordinator of the yearly camp meeting of CRI, thus earning the accolade Camp Commandant and has remained with the ministry through becoming Harvest International Ministries (H.I.M.) in 1991.

He was among the first set of Deacons of the church to be appointed in 1996.  

He is presently the Head of the Finance Committee of Harvest International Ministries and the Elder in charge of the Drama Dept. He together with his wife chair the Couples' Fellowship of Harvest Chapel International. He also serves as a member of the Assets Committee, Building Committee and Marriage Counselling Committee of HCI

Elder Sammy Nkansah is an accomplished Pharmacist and holds an EMBA (Finance) from UG. He is currently self-employed as the Chief Executive Officer and Lead Consultant/Partner at Samah Holdings Limited.

He previously worked with GlaxoSmithKline, a multinational Pharmaceutical company for 27 years before exiting as the Head of Government Affairs and Business for West Africa.

He is a foundation Fellow of the Ghana College Of Pharmacists and member of the Faculty of Community and Family Care. He is also Fellow of the West Africa Postgraduate College of Pharmacists. 

He has been married to his lovely wife, Amah since 1990 and they are blessed with a son, Kofi.