Ajagurajah reacts to an ugly portrait of himself; Threatens to go after the artist
By TechWiz47 | self meida writer
Published 27 days ago - 123 views
Founder and leader of Ajagurajah movement furthermore known as Chop Bar church, Bishop Kwabena Asiamah a.k.a "Wobedi Block", has reacted to what he considers as an ugly portrait of himself circulating on social media.
Bishop Ajagurajah, who earned a reputation for himself as a prophet who serves his church members with hot meals, has angrily reacted to the portrait.
"No, what kind of nonsense is this? Am I this ugly?
The renowned prophet who was having none of it descended heavily on the artist for making such an ugly portrait of him.
" Percy Yeboah your face like a notebook. I am coming after you.....watch me live today".
Bishop Ajagurajah uncovered that he is going after the artist and address the issue in his upcoming live video of his social media handle.
The ugly portrait also generated some funny comments.
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