Leader and founder of Universal Spiritual Outreach, Odeefo Kwabena Asiamah popularly known as 'Ajagurajah Movement' has gotten a lot of people talking of his new video bathing his church members. Though from the video sighted by MartinezTV, the church members were not bathed naked as other prophets do in their various churches. All the church members were dressed in their red and black attire just like their Bishop.
According to the video, Bishop Ajagurajah washed the church members with their dresses on. Though there is nothing wrong with the trending video but many people have raised a concern that the methodology he used is wrong while others also believe it is a right producer Bishop used.
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