Answering a question on allegations that some men of God take advantage of their Church members to enrich themselves, Mr Agyinasare said "everybody has been programmed to take advantage of other people".
People criticize Men of God for owning jets, He said he sees nothing wrong with Pastors owning private jets if that would ease their movement and make them more efficient in the work.
He added, "I don't have a jet yet, but if I had got one I wouldn't reject". According to him, getting a private jet could ease his work as he is a man who travels abroad. That's for instance, a journey to De Replubic of Congo wouldn't last eight hours instead of three hours. This will make him more effective.
He concluded that, People should stop blaming Pastors who can afford private jets while its not in an expense of anybody.
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