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We pay 332 million for a 'fishpond' resign to save your reputation:Capt Smart caution Opoku Onyinah

The cunning nature of African Politicians often compels people who value their hard-earned reputations to turn down offers simply because they could be dragged into unknown 'traps' and suffer humiliation. Although some proposals of the political elite to invite others might be genuine, it is expedient that one performs due diligence to avoid criticism.

Apostle Opoku Onyinah, a renowned theologian, an ardent follower of Christ, and a leader is the current chairman of the board of trustees of the National Cathedral. This minister of the Gospel is a man of integrity who has served many years without blemish. The member of the faculty of Pentecost university has an enviable record hence, any attempt to soil his name will be resisted.

Captain Smart, a journalist and also a staunch member of the Church of Pentecost has taken bold steps to caution his leader about the trickery ways of Politicians. The gentleman who spoke on the subject matter during the newspaper review was much worried that the venerable preacher was gradually being pulled into some sort of scheme without his knowledge.

Commenting on the cathedral, Captain indicated that 31.7 million cedis has been raised by the churches and 332 million has been invested into this 'fish pond.' How many of us would be happy to see our projects at this level with all these monies spent? He revealed that within the Pentecost Church, it is an offense to use loans to build a project, you will be sanctioned.

His concluding remarks were that "Apostle Onyinah must be careful about these politicians who will use him to achieve their parochial interest. He must resign to save his reputation."

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African Captain Smart Church of Opoku Onyinah Pentecost


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