I Stopped Going To Church Because Most Ghanaian Pastors Are FRAUDS — Kennedy Agyapong

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On 31st of December 2018, as often happens, millions of Ghanaians packed themselves into churches all across the country to usher in the new year.

The importance of religion to Ghanaians can never be underestimated, and a huge part of that is people holding their pastors in reverence.

However, the controversial Hon Kennedy Agyapong has revealed why he has stopped going to church and to him it’s because most Ghanaian pastors are frauds.

Hon Agyapong blasts anyone who gets in his way and pastors are no exception.

Speaking on why he skips church, Agyapong said he has realized most Ghanaian pastors are too fake and fraudulent and thus he has no interest in entering any of their churches.

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Agyapong was raving after reports emerged of a pastor running a Ponzi scheme who convinced his congregations to bring him their monies.

“You are bereaved and go to contract a loan and give to a pastor…this is why I don’t believe in Ghanaian pastors and I have consistently repeated I will not go to Church. There are so many of them which makes it impossible to see the genuine ones,” he said.

“Yesterday when I was coming and listening to Oman Fm, there was this pastor who was there giving out lotto numbers claiming God has various spiritual gifts for pastors but his was lotto numbers…Have you see what I have been saying? They are deceiving all of you.” he emphatically stated.

Source: GhanaCelebrities.Com

 


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