Akrobetu, a Kumawood veteran actor and United TV television presenter known for his funny true news segment Who No Tomorrow, reacted to Moesha Boudong's repentance. Popular people in Ghanaian culture publicly repented only three months ago, and it is excellent news in heaven and on earth. During a church session, Moesha Boudong stated that she is grateful to Jesus for rescuing her from darkness a few days earlier. She was filled with the Holy Spirit and spoke in a foreign tongue.
"Wonders will never cease in this world." Moesha claims to have devoted her life to Christ. It's good news, and as a mere human, I have no right to criticize or judge you. God is the only one who can pass judgment. She sang praises to the most high God with her hand up in church. Moesha, having a change of heart is a good decision in this world. But my concern is that we will see you just as you were at the church.
"How did she come to repentance?" Now, Akuapem Poloo has repented, Nana Agradaa has repented, and you have repented. What are you repenting for, and where are you going with it? Don't resign from your employment. It's great that you've all repented, and now it's up to you to decide whether God will forgive you or not. He closed by saying, "May God be with you, Moesha."
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