The Methodist Church of Ghana has officially spoken in a bold manner regarding former President John Dramani Mahama and Bishop Stephen Bosomtwe Ayensu. According to the Church, the media should take them out of the scuffle between their former Bishop and the former President.
According to them, anything said by Right Reverend Bishop Bosomtwe Ayensu doesn't represent the Methodist Church of Ghana or any of its affiliates. They therefore urged the public and media to give consideration to words coming from their current Presiding Bishop only.
Over the week, communicators of the opposition National Democratic and officials pulled their sharp tongues to villify and insult the Methodist Church for allowing their Bishop to criticise John Dramani Mahama.
According to them, it was absolutely wrong for the man of God to accept E-levy. Again, they don't see the reason why the Bishop told John Dramani Mahama a bitter truth that he can't be President of Ghana again.
Check out the official release from the Methodist Church Of Ghana below:
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