A person won't be at fault for saying that the activities of these so-called pastors, money doublers, and spiritualists who have taken over our media space have a part to play in the rising fraud and ritual killings in the country.
A former Deputy Minister of Lands and Natural Resources, Inusah Fuseini has added his voice to the many Ghanaians calling for media regulations in Ghana. He said that these so-called fraudsters parading themselves as men of God are the kind of people Jesus Christ Flogged in the Bible.
Inusah Fuseini made this statement as a panelist on 'The Big Issue' on CITI TV when he talked about media regulations in Ghana.
According to him, most of these people are using the church for their businesses by selling all sorts of things. An activity which Christianity frowns upon greatly in the Bible.
"These were the same type of people that Jesus Christ Flogged in the Church because they were using his father's house for business. They shouldn't be doing that at all." - he said
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