”Bishop Kwabena Asiamah, also known as Bishop Ajagurajah, has boasted that many famous people, FM presenters, and other prominent politicians seek him spiritual guidance. The founder and leader of the Ajagurajah movement said that most politicians and celebrities flock to him for spiritual reassurance in an interview that aired on HITZ FM earlier this morning.
Bishop Ajagurajah added to his boasts by saying that even though the majority of these politicians and celebrities attend churches, they recognize the importance of the spiritual side of life and turn to him for their spiritual needs because of this. According to him, "Politicians, entertainers, and presenters come to me. They travel to Ajagurajah, I suppose. Some speakers look to me for guidance. When they talk, no one can stop them because of their level of power.
The divisive and outspoken man of God also acknowledged during the interview that he is not God and hence unable to address all of the spiritual issues that have been brought before him for resolution. Bishop Kwabena Asiamah takes great pride in being a very powerful spiritual being, thus it is not at all unexpected that he claims that many politicians and celebrities come to him for spiritual protection. Many of the people we are familiar with utilize their faith in Christ to hide many aspects of their private lives.
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