Popular radio presenter who is widely known as Captain Smart has fired pastors for saying the Bible is the only book that can help every person to live righteous life. In a live broadcast on his YouTube handle, the Popular radio presenter disclosed that it is never true that the Bible was the book that enlighten us on morality since we knew everything about morality as Ghanaians before it came to Ghana. He added that the Bible was used by the Europeans to deceive Ghanaians so our natural resources will be taken away from us.
Captain Smart continued by saying that we knew as Ghanaians that we must respect the elderly and parents even before the Bible came to Ghana. It is never true that the Bible was the book that taught us how to live a righteous life. Our ancestors were the ones that taught us how to live before the Bible even came to Ghana. Kindly leave your comments, share and follow us for more updates. Thank you.
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